A new training facility will be built at the Kuwaiti national carrier’s headquarters
Jazeera Airways can now conduct training programmes for pilots and cabin crew from its headquarters in Kuwait.
The airline, which recently completed an order with Airbus for 28 new aircraft valued at $3.4 billion now complies with the ORA (Organisation Requirements for Aircrew), FCL (Flight Crew Licenses) and other applicable regulations.
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Jazeera Airways vice president of Flight Operations Captain Ayman Al Shammari said: “This a significant move for Jazeera Airways as it expands its capabilities and ensures our ability to train the required manpower for future growth.
“Our team has been working on completing the certification for the past year and is ready today to train fresh graduates looking to become new airline crews. It’s another proud milestone for Jazeera in our contribution to the aviation sector in Kuwait and the region.”
On the back of its newly increased capabilities, Jazeera has announced plans to build a new training facility at its Kuwait headquarters. This state-of-the-art facility will include an Airbus A320 simulator and emergency training equipment for cabin crew.
For more information, visit www.jazeeraairways.com