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Alpha Aviation Academy to participate in Arab Aviation Summit 2016

Posted 7 November 2016 · Add Comment

Alpha Aviation Academy, an aviation training provider and currently the largest Multi-crew Pilot License (MPL) facility in the region, is set to participate in the Arab Aviation Summit 2016 taking place in Jordan on December 5th.

As the most prominent aviation and tourism event in the Middle East and North Africa, the summit gathers key industry players in a different Arab city each year, to deliberate on trends, insights and opportunities driving the growth of avia-tourism industry in the Arab world.

“Alpha Aviation Academy is committed to its role of nurturing aviation talent and the Arab Aviation Summit provides us with unique opportunity to stay up to date on current industry trends, while allowing us to demonstrate to the public and press the expertise in industry-leading aviation training solutions. Alpha Aviation Academy continuously evaluate and assess its programs and ensure that they are aligned with the latest trends and developments and adhere to the highest standards of world leading practices,” said Captain Victor Brandão, general manager, Alpha Aviation Academy. 

Launched in 2008, Alpha Aviation Academy offers cadet pilots a holistic training experience, providing them with a range of state-of-the-art facilities at Sharjah International Airport. Fully supported and promoted by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the Academy’s MPL training program allows cadet pilots to train alongside a multinational team of highly experienced and qualified instructors using the latest methodology and the most technically advanced aircraft simulators.

Referred to as the ‘voice of the industry’, this initiative is the largest assembly of Arab media together with top executives from the aviation & tourism sector and takes place in a different Arab city every year. The 6th edition of the Arab Aviation Summit will take place at Dead Sea, Jordan from 5-6 December, 2016.

 

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