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Cameroon civil aviation authority’s training academy becomes an associate member of ICAO’s “Trainair Plus” programme

Cameroon civil aviation authority’s training academy becomes an associate member of ICAO’s “Trainair Plus” programme
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(Business in Cameroon) - During the 40th general assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Cameroon civil aviation authority's training academy will receive the certificate of membership for the programme “Trainair Plus” as an associate member.

According to the academy, this membership as an associate member in the programme entitles them to 217 educational kits and access to the database of ICAO’s qualified instructors.

The civil aviation authority was evaluated by Hervé Touron, an ICAO expert on July 8-11, 2019.  “It was conducted under good conditions and no recommendation was issued for the civil aviation’s training academy,” the civil aviation authority indicates.

After membership as an associate member, the next step is the “Full member” status. The “Trainair Plus” programme, launched in May 1990, is aimed at improving security and efficiency in air transport globally by helping civil aviation academies apply high-quality training standards.


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