By Mohamed Attia
EgyptAir Training Academy has successfully passed an inspection by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The inspection, which was conducted by EASA recently, reviewed the academy’s quality standards and training programmes for engineers to ensure that they meet the required specifications.
Captain Walid Suleiman, the academy’s director, praised the efforts of the academy’s quality and technical training departments for their success in passing the inspection for the seventeenth consecutive year.
Suleiman said that the accreditation is a confirmation of the academy’s leadership in this field, and a testament to its quality that is comparable to international standards.
This year’s accreditation is the first since the academy added training capabilities for the A320 neo and B787 aircraft.
The academy’s success is a sign of EgyptAir’s commitment to providing the highest levels of safety and training for its pilots and engineers.
The inspection was conducted by a team of EASA inspectors who reviewed the academy’s facilities, training programmes, and documentation. The inspectors were impressed with the academy’s commitment to quality and safety.
The academy’s training programmes are designed to meet the latest EASA requirements. The academy also offers a variety of training courses for pilots, engineers, and other aviation professionals.
The academy’s success is a major achievement for EgyptAir. It is a testament to the academy’s commitment to excellence and its ability to meet the highest international standards.