Qatar Aeronautical Academy (QAA) has qualified as IATA’s 2017 Premier Circle Member for the impressive results it achieved in 2016.
QAA was able to get the recognition because of excellence in several aspects, which include providing all training needs through agreements to purchase advanced equipment and devices, a senior official of QAA announced during a press conference yesterday.
The academy worked hard to strengthen its ties with IATA which is closely connected with number of colleges training programme being an international accreditation party.
QAA worked towards the implementation of IATA courses and syllabus in the Air Traffic Control and Advanced Aviation Management departments in order to meet requirements and standards of IATA.
Sheikh Jabor bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Thani, Director General of QAA, said: “QAA has become one of the leading academies in the region and around the world, especially after receiving the recognition out of 450 IATA registered academy, where QAA was ranked in the top ten.”
IATA congratulated the academy’s hard work to achieve this recognition and trusted that QAA will remain a longstanding member of the Premier Circle program in the coming years.