Airline Pilot and Cabin Crew Training Alliance Formed

31 January 2024

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Airways Aviation Group and Dynamic Advanced Training witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) and Ansett Aviation Training (AAT). The agreement aims to enhance collaboration, support existing and future customer bases, and strengthen the UAE's role as a global aviation service provider.

“The time is now right to move toward weaving together and solidifying these key relationships and to provide solutions via cooperation and mutual project partnerships. We most certainly can and will play important roles in providing the best ‘End to End Training’ to DAE’s airline client base as well as the airline market generally,” stated Romy Hawatt , Founder and Chairman of the Airways Aviation ESMA Group.

Commenting on the MoU, Firoz Tarapore, Chief Executive Officer of DAE, said: “We are excited to announce this co-operation with AAT, which will provide DAE’s airline customers with pilot training infrastructure for ATR 72-600 and Airbus A320 aircraft types at AAT’s new training centre in Dubai. DAE’s global network of customers and AAT’s international network of training centres will provide both companies an opportunity to enhance their product offerings to current and future customers.”

Headquartered in Dubai, The Airways Aviation Group provides EASA - European Union Aviation Safety Agency, CASA and ICAO Airline Pilot theory and practical training across a number of international locations along with Cabin Crew Training in Europe, West Africa and Dubai in partnership with Dynamic Advanced Training headed by Mark Kammer.

AAT has recently inaugurated a training centre located within the Dynamic Advanced Training facilities located at Mohammed Bin Rashid Aerospace Hub at Dubai South. The new AAT SIM Centre now provides training for pilots and flight crew from the Middle East, Africa, India, and further afield, utilising its newly installed and EASA-certified ATR 72-600 full flight simulator. AAT plans to expand the facility's offerings by including Airbus A320 training capabilities H2 2024.


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