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Indische Absolventen erhalten zum ersten Mal die EASA Cabin Crew Attestation

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Cabin Crew Europe in association with GMR Aviation Academy, is all set to deliver EASA approved Cabin Crew Initial Training Courses in India. This is a first for India, with successful graduates obtaining their EASA Cabin Crew Attestation. So far, two locations have been approved in India for delivery of theoretical and practical training. Though the company will be expanding across India due to high demand.

Cabin Crew Europe – the first non-airline EASA approved Cabin Crew Training Organisation in Ireland regulated by the Irish Aviation Authority was established by Nobox in 2018. A company that was set up by 3 Irish Aviation companies; Crewlink, Dalmac Recruitment & Aviation Services and Workforce International Contractors, building on over 25 years of aviation experience in recruitment, training, international payroll and employment. Nobox now operates a number of brands including; Bluesky Resources, Nobox HR, Nobox Pilot Solutions, Cabin Crew Europe and Cabin Crew International.

Expressing his interest in the Indian market Ryan Moffett, Director of Nobox and Cabin Crew Europe said “We could not have found a better partner than GMR AA, better students and a better relationship to grow and flourish than our country’s relationship with India. Our relationship with GMR AA is one of partnership, trust and a shared belief in in offering best in practice accredited training, preparing graduates for a fruitful career in the industry.

In addition, Mr. Moffett mentions his goal with GMR and that it is to help India alleviate specific difficulties and obstacles facing airlines in their recruitment and training of Cabin Crew.

Cabin Crew Europe and GMR AA have designed a distinguished training program by incorporating regulatory requirements based on Aircrew Regulation 1178/2011, as amended, Annex V, Part CC accompanied with soft skills training vital for the high-powered international aviation market Ms. Eva Roharikova, Head of Training Cabin Crew Europe to this asserts, “ Our Cabin Crew Initial Training Course is designed in a very appealing and unique way where the team has gone above and beyond with what is required to give students the best start to their career. While carefully creating our course, we have ensured that all topics like Aviation Regulation, Communication, Human Factors & CRM, Passenger Handling, First Aid, Dangerous

Goods, Security Awareness, Fire & Smoke and Survival are covered in an interactive and professional way.

Commenting on the association P. S. Nair, CEO – GMR Airports said, “GMR AA is committed towards creating a continual training pipeline and the signing of this Agreement with Cabin Crew Europe, Nobox  is yet another landmark moment. With joint efforts and synergy, we will be able to create immediate employability access to European and the Middle Eastern markets as well as other regions.”

The team has more than 55 years of aviation experience and understand what it takes to be a successful cabin crew and what airlines are looking for. By pooling Nobox & GMR’s knowledge and experience together in one team, Cabin Crew Europe aims to help students achieve their dream of becoming cabin crew.

Having a brain-child of 3 Irish companies to broaden their horizons in India, Director – India and South Asia, Enterprise Ireland Mr. David Flood expresses his joy on this association and said, “Enterprise Ireland is pleased to have an Ireland-based company Nobox co-work with GMR AA, India. This alliance will allow potential aviation candidates acquire the flamboyant training they would require to be employable in India and abroad.”