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TURKISH AVIATION ACADEMY EXPANDS ITS TRAINING SERVICE NETWORK IN PAKISTAN1/20/2017



Collaborative work between Turkish Aviation Academy and University of Management Technology, one of Pakistan's most prestigious educational institutions with which Turkish Aviation Academy has been carrying out local marketing works, have gained momentum.

Rector of University of Management Technology Prof. Dr. Hasan Sohaib MURAD visited Director of Turkish Aviation Academy Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kemal YÜKSEK on January 16, 2017 at his offices in the Academy. The main agenda of the meeting was the promotion and marketing of the aviation training and programs such as the "M. Sc. in Air Transport Management”, IATA and ICAO courses, Dangerous Goods, Cargo, Passenger and Ground Services Trainings both in Pakistan and surroundings areas.

Recently, it has become possible for joint ventures in the area of air transportation and training to increase together with new projects to be designed, thanks to the warm relationship gaining momentum as a result of the actions taken by the governments of the two countries. The meeting is important as it contributes to the development of co-operative processes between the parties in terms of education.

In the meeting Mr. MURAD expressed that there is a deep interest in the Air Transport Management Master program in Pakistan. The classes of the Master program are delivered by world renowned academicians and are administered by the Academy with the support of Boeing and ITU. He also mentioned that they think the demand will increase with their marketing and advertising activities. Pakistani students will be included in the new semester of the program starting this October.

The Academy received the title of “IATA Premier Cycle Member” owing to the success it achieved with the IATA trainings sales performance in 2015. The Academy, which increased its success rate after offering over 50 courses in 2016, is preparing to host attendees from all over the world for their unrivaled training. By opening its doors to Pakistani students in collaboration with University of Management Technology, the Academy aims to introduce its courses to the aforementioned region.