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Alpha Aviation Ph/UAE combine training programme

Posted 22 January 2019 · Add Comment

Alpha Aviation Group (Philippines) and Alpha Aviation Academy (UAE) have formally signed a training agreement designed to deliver the core flying phase of AAA’s multi-crew pilot license (MPL) program for student pilots bound for Air Arabia.

 

The first 16 student pilots of AAA  to be trained in the Philippines attended a special ceremony. Preparations are now underway for the next batch of 10 student pilots expected to commence training by February and March 2019.

“This training partnership between the sister academies is in response to the aviation industry’s increasing demand for world-class airline pilot training solutions. It comes after intense work of audits and GCAA-UAE audit and approval,” said Captain Nadhem Al Hamad, AAA accountable manager.

Cristopher Magdangal AAG regional director, Asia-Pacific, added: “AAG is committed to delivering the highest standards of safety, quality and training standards for this core flying program as required by AAA.”

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