Airways Aviation Academy - ESMA invites DNATA HR, Marine Grimault for recruitment

Airways Aviation

January 25, 2020

Montpellier, France – January 25th, 2020

The Airways Aviation Academy - ESMA brings forth exciting opportunities to their current Ground Handling Course students and alumni in collaboration with DNATA- Dubai National Air Transport Association, which is an Emirati airport services provider that provides aircraft ground handling, cargo, travel, and flight catering services across five continents.

Dnata in Switzerland provides an exceptional and comprehensive range of Airline handling services to customer airlines at Zurich Airport (ZRH) and Geneva Airport (GVA). Marine Grimault, the Human Resource Business Partner from DNATA, Geneva, Switzerland will visit the Airways Aviation Academy - ESMA, on the 28th of January, 13:00 onwards to meet the current students and alumnus and offer them job opportunities in DNATA.

Established in 1988 and located at Montpellier Mediterranean Airport, ESMA is the largest and most important (privately owned) multidisciplinary aviation school in Europe. With direct access to the airfield and covering a built-up area of approximately 11.600 sqm the ESMA campus facility is divided into various areas of activity including modern Classrooms & Lecture halls, Simulators, Cabin Crew Training facilities, Aircraft Maintenance hangars & teaching facilities and on-site Student Accommodation for more than 100 students.

As an established EASA Authorised Training Organisation, ESMA offers a plethora of European Certified courses including Airline Pilot (EASA ATP), Aircraft Maintenance (CAMO, MRO – PART 145 & 147 for in-house maintenance and apprenticeship Aircraft Engineering), Cabin Crew (CCTO Training), and Ground Handling including (IATA; Dangerous  Goods; Safety, IATA & AMADEUS Certifications).

The Airways Aviation Group is poised for the future with a history and growth story that spans more than 30 years and has trained over 10,000 graduates in Ground Handling.

"The aviation industry today is the most important feeder industry in the world, facilitating the rapid connection of people and delivery of cargo but also as the catalyst that facilitates the overall economic growth of the most advanced as well as emerging economies. The industry is developing and expanding at an unprecedented rate and it flows that the demands for aviation industry trained and qualified personnel will also be unprecedented over the next 20 years”.
- Romy Hawatt
Founder & Executive Chairman
Airways Aviation Group


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