The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Vietjet Air have signed a training agreement appointing Vietjet Aviation Academy as IATA’s latest Regional Training Partner (RTP) in Vietnam. As an IATA RTP, Vietjet Aviation Academy will offer IATA Training courses designed by industry experts. These courses are internationally recognised training programs and are updated frequently to keep pace with the latest regulatory procedures, new standards, and the fast-changing demands of the aviation industry.
Philip Goh, Regional Vice President for Asia – Pacific of IATA said: “We are delighted to partner with Vietjet Aviation Academy to provide training in Vietnam. Having enough trained personnel is key as the aviation industry recovers from COVID-19. Our cooperation with Vietjet Aviation Academy will further support the development of aviation talents in Vietnam and in the region.”
Vietjet Vice President and Chairman of Vietjet Aviation Academy Luong The Phuc shared at the ceremony: “Human Resources are always the focus of Vietjet’s all development plans as well as the aviation industry in general. At Vietjet Aviation Academy, we are providing our trainees with the best learning environment, where everyone can attend IATA courses, receive IATA international certificates and access the most modern training equipment in the aviation industry.”
Vietjet Aviation Academy is the leading modern training and research institute in the region and over the world, currently owning three cockpit simulators (SIM) for pilot training, aircraft and passenger cabin mockups, engines, technical parts and functional training rooms, an olympic standard wave pool, a stadium, and engineer training center, etc. which meet international standard training programs for pilots, cabin crews, rosters, engineers, and aviation staffs. Vietjet Aviation Academy not only meets the training and human resource development needs of Vietjet Air but also accommodate the aviation industry in the region and the world. To date, Vietjet Aviation Academy has provided training for nearly 395,000 trainee pilots, cabin crews, engineers, staff.