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Oman Air celebrates first group of graduates of the MPL Programme

Posted 8 June 2018 · Add Comment

Oman Air has announced the graduation of the first batch of MPL cadets as the trainees completed all phases of the Boeing 737 Type Rating Training.

 

Oman Air earlier announced its adoption of a multi-crew pilot license, which is the first license of its kind in the Sultanate in close coordination with the Public Authority for Civil Aviation. It should be noted that the program was designed to suit the needs of Oman Air training in accordance with international regulations and the regulations of the Public Authority for Civil Aviation related to the approved pilot training curriculums.

 

"We are very pleased to have the first batch of the MPL graduated. The program has proven its concept, by demonstrating its competence and quality after receiving the required approvals, from the Public Authority for Civil Aviation, for this unique program and the first of its kind in the history of aviation in Oman," said Eng. Abdul Aziz Al-Raisi, Chief Executive Officer of Oman Air. "

 

Capt. Ali Sulaiman, Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer, commented: "The graduation of the first batch of MPL cadets is an important step in the evolution of the program to match the requirements of the global aviation environment. It is worth noting that the readiness of the cadets during the program has contributed to the acceleration of the development of their skills during the various stages"

 

Captain Khalid Al-Hashmi, Senior Manager Crew Training Manager, said: "The Graduation of the first MPL batch in a competitive period is an important step towards the program's evolution which is periodically evaluated to maintain the highest levels of training and safety. The second group of the MPL cadets is now stating the in-house practical training modules on the Boeing 737 fleet.”

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