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East African School of Aviation announces September 2014 training courses

The East African School of Aviation (EASA) has announced aviation and travel courses that will begin with the September 2014 intake. The courses include aeronautical engineering, aircraft maintenance and flight dispatch courses.

Aeronautical engineering students at the East African School of Aviation examine an airframe.

Aeronautical engineering students at the East African School of Aviation examine an airframe.

EASA is located in Nairobi, close to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The school is the training arm of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) and offers aviation, technical and management courses.

EASA was established in 1954, moved to its current site in 1985 and was certified as an IATA training centre in 2006. In 2011, EASA became an ICAO TRAINAIRPlus Associate, with accreditation to develop and conduct ICAO Standard Training Programs (STPs). EASA became a Full Member of the ICAO TRAINAIR Plus Programme in 2012, the second institution worldwide to attain the status.

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