General AviationEgypt Acquires Africa's first A320Neo analog flight equipment

Egypt Acquires Africa’s first A320Neo analog flight equipment

The Egyptian Prime Minister Dr. Mostafa Madbouly witnessed the start-up of the latest Airbus A320Neo analog flight equipment as the first operator in Africa during his visit at EgyptAir Training Academy.

Pilot Mohamed Manar, Minister of Civil Aviation, and Dr. Khaled El-Anany, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities accompanied His Excellency Dr. Mostafa while inspecting the EgyptAir Training Academy.

The EgyptAir Training Academy is one of the largest regional training centers accredited in the field of Air transport in the Middle East and Africa Region.

His Excellency also witnessed the start of operation of the latest Airbus A320Neo representative flight equipment, in the presence of Pilot Muntaser Manna, Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation, and a group of leaders of the Ministry of Civil Aviation.

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EgyptAir Training Academy’s A320Neo

The presentation dealt with the capabilities of the EgyptAir Training Academy, its various activities, the international certificates and accreditations obtained and the procedures followed by the Academy during the Corona pandemic, in addition to plans in future and development projects.

Manufacturers of analog flight devices, and it is equipped with the latest globally approved movement and vision systems and the ability to simulate various engines that suit this model and comply with the latest international legislation.

According to the EgyptAir Training Academy News, the Minister of Civil Aviation delivered His Excellency’s speech during the inauguration on his behalf.

His Excellency’s speech stressed the Academy’s important role in the field of training, as it is a center for competencies and specialized expertise, which combines practical qualification and applied expertise. Operator of this device in Africa, where the Academy owns (5) representative flight devices of various models and a new device is being added during the next few weeks, in addition to obtaining many international certificates and accreditations from major organizations specialized in the field of aviation, led by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) It also offers its training programs to many trainees of sister countries in the regions of Africa and the Middle East.

The EgyptAir Training Academy News further points out Manar saying that the operation of these advanced devices from the representative aviation is a great support for the academy to attract new customers and reflects the ministry’s interest in expanding and seeking to obtain a new marketing share with the aim of competing in the various fields of aviation training and targeting new airlines to benefit from the capabilities of the academy in this field among neighboring countries.

EgyptAir’s establishment was in May 1932; it was the seventh airline in the world. Throughout more than 78 years of service, the airline has successfully extended its network to reach major destinations all over the world.

EgyptAir Training Academy is a business unit, part of the EgyptAir Holding Company. The Academy is conveniently located at Cairo Airport in newly built campus, providing a convenient place for training to all personnel in Egypt and all around the world.

Joan Kifuko
Joan Kifuko is a communications enthusiast that is currently working as a writer at The Aviator magazine where you find your aviation news in one place. She is a journalist that has previously worked as a sales associate, guest relations officer, brand ambassador hence, the love for new adventures and roles. Joan graduated with a Bachelors degree of science in journalism.

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