The Academy strengthens collaboration with the Mainland aviation institutions in training

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Hong Kong International Aviation Academy signed a Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China (CAMIC) and the International Cooperation and Service Center (ICSCC) of Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) respectively, with aims to strengthen the collaboration in national aviation training, further enhance the roles of Academy in aviation training in Greater Bay Area, and leverage HKIA’s advantages of its position as an international aviation hub. 


The MOU was signed online on 15 September between Mr Simon Li Tin-Chui, CEO of the Academy, representatives of CAMIC and ICSCC, under the witness of the Director General, Office of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan Affairs, CAAC, and the Deputy Director-General of Civil Aviation Department of the HKSAR Government. 


This partnership seeks to broaden and deepen cooperation and exchanges on civil aviation personnel to sustain the continuous development of national civil aviation. Practically, the tripartite collaboration will leverage respective strengths and exchange of expertise to accelerate industry developments on aviation talents, via programme development, joint admission initiatives, mutual recognition of instructors’ qualifications, co-hosting seminars and conferences, expert exchange and joint researches, and more.  


Representatives of three co-signatories are united in the hope that the MOU will herald the beginning of a new era of rewarding collaborations and thriving developments, realising more solid advances and win-win opportunities for the nation’s civil aviation industry.