Mrs. Vassiliki Anastassiadou, the Cypriot Minister of Transport, Communications and Works who was also a Keynote Speaker at the Symposium, said that the Cyprus government supports actions promoting Cyprus as an aviation hub and that her Ministry will contribute to the efforts for taking the aviation industry in Cyprus to the next level.
The Cyprus Aviation Symposium addressed strategies and future challenges in the Aviation Industry, including the rising demand for qualified pilots. Keynote Speaker Capt. Frank van Vught, Head of Training at Avion Training discussed on how MPL can contribute to solving the current pilot shortage and how training can be improved through Evidence Based Training.
C.A. Aviation Management Services offers qualified training courses to individuals and Airlines.
Avion Group serves an international customer base with simulation products and pilot training services. The company activities include cadet programs, professional flight training and the building and operation of flight simulators and simulator centers globally.
‘I am very committed to stimulate the aerospace business in Cyprus and am therefore delighted to work with market disruptive technology made by Avion as to bring Cyprus aviation industry to a whole new level’ said Christos Rafael, CEO of C.A. Aviation Management Services Ltd.