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Middle East Aviation Career Conference and Exhibition to take place in February

Posted 19 December 2017 · Add Comment

The Middle East Aviation Career and Conference (MEAC), running in parallel with Abu Dhabi Air Expo 2018, and focusing on the latest trends, training and recruitment within the aviation industry - Empower through training, will be held on February 26-27-28 at Al Bateen executive Airport.

The aim of the Middle East Aviation Career Conference & Exhibition is to provide an opportunity to learn about careers, exchange ideas and plan to address the challenges which face Human Capital Development needs in the UAE and in the Region, ask questions of industry experts and enjoy a hands-on experience within the aviation and aerospace industry.

The Middle East Aviation Career Conference & Exhibition is part of the Abu Dhabi Aviation and Aerospace Week.

The region’s first Global Aviation and Aerospace Week is set to become a fixture in Abu Dhabi’s calendar of events and will converge six trade events under its umbrella. ADAAW is anticipated to attract a constellation of decision makers and international experts from the aviation and aerospace industry.

Learn. Interact. Exchange. Succeed.

Middle East Aviation Career Conference and Exhibition offers a great opportunity for those looking for careers within the aviation industry: airlines, hostesses, pilots for general/business or commercial aviation, airport handling, safety, airport management, flying schools, engineers, maintenance, air traffic controllers, and many more.

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