Fresh from setting up a facility in Saudi Arabia, training school Aviation Australia has expanded its reach further with a new office in Shanghai.
Aviation Australia said in a statement it planned to offer courses to Chinese students on aircraft maintenance engineering, cabin crew training and technical English as part of a cooperative partnership agreement.
Aviation Australia chief executive Bill Horrocks said the expansion was an important initiative which would “assist the rapidly growing Chinese aviation sector”.
Earlier in September, Aviation Australia said it had set up Aviation Australia Riyadh College of Excellence (AARCOE) at King Khalid International Airport in partnership with the locally-based Shamal Investments, having secured a five-year training contract with the Saudi government.
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