AAETS 2015

AAETS 2015

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AAETS - Asia Pacific Aviation Education and Training Symposium

Asia’s leading conference and tradeshow for the international aviation training industry

10-11 February 2015 - Incheon, Republic of Korea
An Official Event of the South Korea Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MoLIT).

AAETS brought together 725 experts from around the world to develop skills training across the civil aviation industry in Asia. The aim of AAETS was to develop professional training and educational support programmes for safer and more efficient operations in commercial aviation, airport and air traffic management. The conference discovered latest techniques and best practices in training and education for a broad range of aviation disciplines from design to operations.

Full Programme to Maximise Learning, Sharing Experience and Networking
AAETS included a two-day conference and exhibition, with a Welcome Reception for all attendees on Monday 9 February and a Korean Drum Performance to kick-start the conference on Tuesday morning! On Tuesday evening the Exhibition Hall was lively with a Networking Reception for everyone at AAETS.

Networking at the Asia-Pacific Aviation Education and Training Symposium (AAETS)
725 people visited AAETS 2015. You can download a list of all the people who attended from the Attendee List Page

Alongside the conference there was an international exhibition of training solutions providers including flight simulators, hardware and software developers, flight schools and academic bodies. See the exhibitors here

As an international event AAETS brought together:
• Operations and training managers from across the aviation sector
• National and international trade associations
• VIPs and officials from the South Korea Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MoLIT) plus other Government and regulatory bodies from the Asian region
• Teaching universities and research institutions
• Training organisations and course providers
• Simulator and training device providers

Why South Korea?
Due to South Korea’s geographical position, 94% of travellers and 26% of international freight are handled by air. The Korean government's policy of Air Liberalization has led to growth of aviation in the country of 6.9% per year. There is a shortage of trained personnel and in response the South Korean Ministry of Land Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) has introduced multiple programmes to expand training capabilities in line with ‘the fostering plan of a hundred thousand young leaders for future industry’. More details here...

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Ministry of Land, Infrastructure 
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