Entry Point North becomes ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS Member

Entry Point North, the largest independent Air Traffic Service (ATS) academy in Europe, is pleased to announce that it has become TRAINAIR PLUS Associate member of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). The certificate of the membership was officially handed over to the academys representatives on the 25th September during the TRAINAIR PLUS Global Symposium in Singapore with more than 400 participants registered.
Entry Point North offers a complete training solution for initial, continuation and development training of air traffic controllers (ATCO), air traffic safety electronics (ATSEP), air flight information (AFIS) and air traffic service (ATS) personnel all compliant with the stringent international rules and standards of ICAO and EUROCONTROL ESARR 5. The academy delivers its training services throughout Europe, the Far East and the Middle East including the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia and United Arab Emirates.

The ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS Associate membership strengthens our current solid international position and gives us a global recognition when offering highest quality training services anywhere in the world. We are pleased to become an official member of this important international civil aviation training family says Anne Kathrine Jensen, Managing Director of Entry Point North.
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