AYLA and JATS sign aviation training agreement
- Jordan: Saturday, January 05 - 2013 at 16:30
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AYLA (Ayla Aviation Academy) and JATS (Jordan Airline Training and Simulation) have signed a Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) training agreement, whereby JATS will provide AYLA trainees with a combination of ground school and simulator training hours.
With more than 47 years of aviation training experience, AYLA and JATS are proud of this partnership that will develop aviation professionals with a state-of-the-art curriculum at JATS' modern facilities and training equipment at QAIA.
Both organizations have a history rich in flight training and the cumulative experience will add tremendous value to students and the aviation industry as a whole.
"The advantage of doing our MCC training at JATS is that it enables our cadets to experience full flight simulator flying with qualified and airline-experienced instructors," said Marwan Atalla, CEO of AYLA.
Amer Fakhoury, General Manager of JATS, added, "We have always considered AYLA a premier service provider in the field of pilot training and we are honored and look forward to be working with them."
Mr. Fakhoury further noted, "The increase in effectiveness and the complimentary advantage this synergistic agreement between the two Jordanian-based companies will bring in providing collaborative education and development of professional aviators in the future."
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