Ethiopian Graduates African Aircraft Maintenance Technicians Featured

02 Feb 2018
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Addis Ababa February 1, 2018 Ethiopian Aviation Academy (EAA), the largest aviation academy in Africa, has graduated 14 aircraft technicians from Nigeria, Tanzania and Cote D’Ivoire.

The technicians graduated after successfully completed classroom and on-the-job training on Q-400 and B737 aircraft from one to six months, the press statement the Academy sent to ENA said.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Solomon Debebe, Managing Director of EAA said, “As part of our pan-African Airline, the aviation academy needs to build skilled man power in the African continent. Today’s trainees are models for this objective. I also believe that the training they attended would be contributing positively towards their performances as they return back home.”

The trainees have extended their gratitude to the Academy for the professional service rendered to them.

They also pointed out that their stay at the Academy was fruitful, warm and very educating.

Ethiopian Aviation Academy expressed its expectations to receive more trainees from these and other countries in Africa in the months to come.

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