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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Aircraft engineer training project to be launched


Airbus, Civil Aviation University of China (CAUC) and three other agencies recently signed an agreement to launch the Aircraft Performance Engineer Initial Training Development Project. The project will train more qualified aircraft performance engineers for the benefit of the China civil aviation industry. The other signatories are the Flight Standard Department of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, Civil Aviation Flight University of China (CAFUC) and the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China (CAMIC). The training project, sponsored by Airbus, has acquired active support from the four agencies. Under the agreement, Airbus will provide capital and technical support for the project while the three universities will cooperate and develop training textbooks. After certification from the CAAC, the teaching lessons will be implemented at the three universities. Vice Director Zhang Jianqiang of the Flight Standard Department of the CAAC said the training project will have an important effect on training aircraft performance personnel. It will ensure flight safety in the Chinese aviation industry and improve flight operation efficiency. Vice President Pierre Steffen of Airbus China customer services said that aircraft performance is one of the important factors that affects aircraft safety. In China, airports and air routes situations are complicated, such that the quality and accuracy of aircraft performance analysis and accuracy is important. Airbus is pleased to cooperate with the CAAC and the three universities to promote development of the aircraft performance engineer training project.

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