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Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies recognised by Airport Council International

Posted 11 February 2019 · Add Comment

The Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS), the training arm of Abu Dhabi Airports, has been recognised and awarded by the Airport Council International (ACI) as the best performing ACI training center in the Asia-Pacific Region, with the highest number of students trained in 2018.

 

The award was presented by Kevin Caron, Director, Capacity Building Programs at ACI and received by Zamzam Al Hammadi, General Manager GCAS during a special ceremony at the center’s headquarters, located at Al Bateen Executive Airport in the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi.

Al Hammadi said: “It is an honour to be recognised by the ACI as the best performing ACI training center in the Asia-Pacific Region. We are dedicated to raising aviation standards around the world and working to support the aviation sector through the provision of a comprehensive range of courses including the ACI’s portfolio of Safety, Facilitation, Economics, Environment, Management and Technical courses.

“GCAS was established in 2009 with a vision of becoming the world’s leading center for airport and aviation training and this ACI award is a testament to our continued growth and commitment to delivering world class programmes that attract students from around the Middle East and the wider world.”

 

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