Monday, April 30, 2012

Ethiopian Aviation Academy graduates pilots, Aviation Maintenance Technicians

The Ethiopian Aviation Academy graduated 20 pilots and 22 Aviation Maintenance Technicians on Monday.

Ethiopian CEO Tewolde Gebremariam handed over diplomas to all graduates and flight wings to graduating pilots.
The newly graduated aviation maintenance technicians have taken training with B373 aircrafts avionics system course which enabled them to acquire sufficient theoretical and practical knowledge to qualify them as aviation technicians.



Tewolde on the occasion said the aviation industry is challenging and needs much care.
He called up on the graduates to serve the airlines with loyalty and integrity

Ethiopian is the leading airliner in Africa in market share and widening its destinations, he said.
The CEO said the graduates are expected to further boost the longstanding reputation of the Airlines.

The academy has graduated more than 975 pilots and 3079 technicians since its establishment in 1956.
Aviation maintenance Training School is enrolling 454 trainees of which ten of them are from Tanzania, Liberia Namibia and Saudi Arabia.

Ethiopian Airlines, one of the largest and fastest growing airlines in Africa, made its maiden international flight to Cairo in 1946 and with the new additional services to Seychelles and Cotonou, the Airline will provide dependable services to 66 international destinations spanning four continents. (ENA)

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