Airways Aviation Releases New Military Training Program

31 October 2022

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Airways Aviation presented their bespoke Military Pilot Training Program to the Chiefs and Commanders of over 30 African Air Forces along with over 400 aligned Air Force attendees at the inaugural African Air Force Forum in Daka, Senegal.

Hosted by Brigadier General Papa Souleymane Sarr, Chief of Air Force Staff of the Senegalese Air Force,the presentation was delivered by Romy Hawatt, Founder & Chairman of the Airways Aviation Group and Captain Mauro Calvano, President of Airways Aviation - ESMA - Europe.

“Officers and delegates will be presented a series of deliverables which include bespoke and cost-effective flight training to Military requirements with the added benefit of graduating cadets being awarded a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Air Transport Pilot License (ATPL) at the completion of their training. Graduates then go on to the specialized Military mission and type training determined by their respective Air Force Commanders,” says Romy Hawatt - Founder & Chairman of the Airways Aviation Group.

VIP attendees will included: Commander – U.S. Air Forces Africa; Major General of the Air and Space Force – France; Head Special Military Council - Ministry of Defense – Brazil; Chief of Air Staff – Nigeria; Chief of Air Force Staff – Ghana; Chief of Air Force – South Africa; Chief of the Air Force – Benin; Commander of the Air Force – Botswana; Chief of Air Staff – Egypt; Chief of Air Staff - Burkina Faso; Chief of Air Staff – Cameroon; Chief of Air Staff – Chad; Chief of Air Staff - Côte d'Ivoire; Commander of the Air Force – Kenya; Chief of Air Staff – Mali; Chief of Air Staff – Mauritania; Air Force Chief of Staff, Rwanda; Commander of the Air Force – Sudan; Commander of the Air Force – Zambia; and Commander Air Force – Zimbabwe.


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