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    Make aviation training more attractive and less costly – Aviation Minister

    19th Jul 2019 | Elizabeth Sasu The Minister of Aviation, Joseph Kofi Adda, inaugurated the Ghana Association of Aviation Training Organizations (GAATO) on the 12th of July 2019 at the Ghana Civil Aviation Training Academy (GATA). GAATO was created mainly to standardize and harmonize the avaition training institutions in Ghana. After the demise of the Ghana Airways Training Academy, a lot of private training institutions sprung up. Most did not have correct accreditations […]

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    Ghana Civil Aviation Authority delegation received by EgyptAir Training Academy

    EgyptAir Training Academy received a high level delegation from the Civil Aviation Authority of Ghana in order to discuss ways of joint cooperation for the training of pilots and maintenance engineers.   The delegation had a detailed presentation of all the activities of the Academy and the latest training programs of simulators, which include the Airbus A330-A340-A320 and Boeing B777 / B737-800 types, as well as emergency training equipment and […]

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    Quality training critical to Ghana’s aviation sector’s growth – Minister to Aviation Training Organizations

    23rd Jan 2020 | Emmanuel Kojo Tornyi The Minister of Aviation, Joseph Kofi Adda, has emphasized the importance of quality aviation training to the growth of the aviation industry in Ghana. According to him, the quality of aviation training facilities remained essential to the sustainability of the industry in Ghana and Africa. He made this known when the executives and members of the Ghana Association of Aviation Training Organizations (GAATO) paid […]

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