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EgyptAir Training Center passes EASA inspection

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EgyptAir Training Center passes EASA inspection - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Egypt Aircraft: Airplanes

EgyptAir Training Center has passed the European Agency for Safety and Aviation (EASA) inspection.

EASA reviewed the training programs on offer, the quality of standards and the administrative structure of the instructors, engineers and the training centre to assess if they conformed to EASA specifications and requirements.
 
A delegation from EASA performed the inspection, assessing the classrooms used for training, the qualifications held by instructors and the examination system.
 
This accreditation is required for EgyptAir Training Center if it wishes to make agreements or protocols of cooperation with international companies. 
 

 



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