Category: Blog

Our New Threatening Customers eLearning Training Course is now available

Incidents involving unruly passengers are an ongoing concern for airlines. They are happening in all parts of the world and in all classes of travel. And the fallout from each incident cuts across many aviation sectors, including safety, security, legal and flight operations. There are different guidance and specifications related to company policy, procedures, and […]

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News from Hong Kong and Thailand

News from Hong Kong Cathay Pacific will transfer 16 orders for narrow body Airbus aircraft to HK Express. The order for 32 Airbus single-aisle jets is to be divided equally between Cathay Dragon and HK Express. This is the first major strategic development for the low-cost carrier since Cathay seized control from HNA Group. International Passenger […]

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News from the Philippines

The Sangley Airport in Cavite was on track for its scheduled operational dry run on October 29. Philippine Airlines, AirAsia, and Cebu Pacific were some of the airlines that have agreed to use the new airport upon its completion.  Cebu Pacific also plans to use Stanley Airport as it’s turboprop cargo fleet hub. The Clark International Airport, north […]

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News from Japan

More flights to Haneda airport Seven countries including Australia, China, Finland, India, Italy, Turkey and Russia have won 26 of the 50 new international slots created at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport in the run-up to next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games. International slots increase at Haneda from the current 60,000 to about 99,000 per year. Delta […]

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News from Korea

Korean Air (KE) is working internally to raise employee satisfaction The Korean flag carrier has initiated numerous programmes to guarantee employees more freedom in working-time management and better working schedules. Korean Air recently held a “family day” event for the first time, inviting over 1,600 of their employees’ children to learn about their parents’ professions. […]

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AirportCollege kicks off the Zero Emission Training (ZET) initiative

The carbon footprint of air travel accounts for 4 – 9% of the total climate change impact of human activity. While airlines are increasingly committed to improving the eco-efficiency of their operations, we at AirportCollege, are doing our share to make the industry greener. Emissions down by over 90% According to its Environmental Policy, AirportCollege […]

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Get Pharma cargo online training when you need it

Pharmaceutical goods are a growing segment of air cargo and we need to ensure that products will reach the customer on-time, and in sound condition. Ensuring the quality of a shipment requires specific equipment, storage facilities, harmonized handling procedures and proper training for all employees in the transportation chain. Pharmaceutical Cargo Handling eLearning course The […]

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New online eLearning courses out soon

Airport College International is pleased to announce that we will soon be launching new online eLearning courses. We want to bring something new to our clients with these courses.  The courses to be launched soon are: Schengen Area Travel Requirements Code of Conduct These new courses will be released during Q4/2019. We will provide more details […]

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Thousands of Cargo Handling and Services personnel take our online courses every year

With our complete training service you can efficiently and flexibly train cargo handling and services staff, and maintain competences required by airlines and authorities. Cargo handling and services personnel need to study a number of safety, security and service related topics regularly. Please check the following list of ready-to-use online courses and let us know […]

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