KEYVAN Aviation becomes the training partner of Airports Council International

A cooperation agreement was signed between KEYVAN Aviation, which provides aviation and navigation database services, and Airports Council International (ACI).

With the agreement signed between the two institutions, KEYVAN Aviation became the international training partner of ACI.

Mehmet Keyvan, Chairman and CEO of KEYVAN Aviation Group, received the ACI Accredited Training Partner plaque from ACI World General Director Mr. Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Senior Vice President Mr. Antoine Rostworowski and AMPAP Director Mr. Gurjit Gill at the ceremony held after the ACI World General Assembly on Monday, June 26.

First Training from KEYVAN

KEYVAN Aviation will provide training on EU Regulations and Rules in Air Traffic Management/Air Navigation Services for the first time on behalf of ACI, which has 1925 airport operations from 171 countries, and 712 members from the aviation industry. ACI and KEYVAN Accredited training certificates will be given to the participants of the training in cooperation with ACI World, based in Montreal-Canada, and KEYVAN, which has organizations in 5 different regions: Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, and North America.

Potential trainees from all over the world and anyone who is a member of ACI will be able to receive training.

Theoretical and Practical Trainings will be held in Istanbul Headquartered General Office with participants from all over the world.

KEYVAN Aviation Group, which produces aviation and navigation databases, is the 4th company in the world with EASA LOA Type 1 DAT Provider certificate and the first and only company in Turkey, will now also provide training in its Istanbul-based head office within the scope of the agreement signed with ACI. KEYVAN Aviation, which will offer online course programs as well as face-to-face trainings in accordance with aviation standards and European Union (EU) regulations, will provide theoretical and applied learning experience to those who attend the course with the "Air Traffic Management / EU Regulations and Rules in Air Navigation Services" trainings.

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