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Alexandre Alves joins The Airways Aviation Group

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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The Airways Aviation Group is in the midst of a significant reorganization as it gears up to substantially grow and further scale its network of aviation education & training facilities. As such, there is an ongoing need to support, reinforce and build upon the groups existing administration, operations, marketing, sales and business development activities. In this context, Airways Aviation is pleased to announce Mr Alexandre Alves will join our global team in the combined role of Airways Aviation Group’s new Chief Operations Officer (COO) and Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) from January 23rd, 2023 and is tasked with supporting both global & regional management at multiple levels.

Romy Hawatt, Airways Aviation Group Founder & Chairman commented: "Alexandre is a well known, consummate professional whom brings with him a plethora of quality aviation industry experience and knowhow and is perfectly suited to cover off of the tasks, functions, duties and responsibilities to match the Airways Aviation Groups current and future needs. Myself, Captain Mauro Calvano, President, AIRWAYS AVIATION ACADEMY - ESMA Aviation - ESMA Academy, France and Ms Helena Tierney, General Manager, Airways Aviation, Australia along with all Airways Aviation - management & staff are welcoming Mr Alves to the team."

 

Airways Aviation ESMA is the worlds largest group of privately owned multidisciplinary aviation education & training academies. Our ATO’s are certified by EASA - European Union Aviation Safety Agency, Civil Aviation Safety Authority CASA, The International Civil Aviation Organization, the CAAC - Civil Aviation Administration of China and International Air Transport Association (IATA) offering a range of courses and training solutions to both the Civilian and Military markets.

Years of experience - over 35

Trained Commercial Airline Pilots – over 9,000 

Trained Cabin Crew – over 12,000

Trained Aircraft Maintenance Engineers – over 3,100

Trained Ground Handling – over 10,000 

Training fleet size - over 60 aircraft. ( largest diamond fleet in Europe and one of the largest in the world )

Training area - 350,000 square / kilometers

#safety Size of facilities – over 30,000 M² 

Industry & academic partnerships include: 

CAE Defense & Security, Europe 

CAE Civil, Europe

Dynamic Advanced Training, UAE

Montpellier Business School, France, 

Halic Universitesi ,Turkey

University of Balamand, Lebanon 

University of Southern Queensland, Australia 

Southern Cross University, Australia

Griffith University, Australia

TAFE Queensland, Australia

TAFE NSW , Australia

Aviationfly - Connecting Flight Schools with Aspiring Pilots

 

 





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