Category: News

News from our Asian tour

Airport Authority of Hong Kong… is spending HKs141.5 billion to build a third runway and new passenger concourse. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2024 increasing the number of passengers using the airport by 30 million a year. In 2018, the airport handled more than 74 million passengers, a record […]

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50.000+ Airport College online course certificates issued

We have issued over 50.000 certificates for aviation and logistics operations and offer a number of courses that fit your learning schedule and budget. Around the world Our clients are using our online courses in more than 20 countries around the world. Airport College International is proud to offer online eLearning courses in several languages […]

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Perishable Cargo Handling eLearning Course now available

We have launched a new Perishable Cargo Handling online eLearning course to improve handling and air transportation of perishable products.  Perishable goods is a growing segment of air cargo and we need to ensure that PER-products will reach the customer on-time, and in sound condition. Our course provides practical information for parties involved in the […]

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IATA Strategic Partnership continues

I’m proud to inform you that this year too, Airport College International continues its valuable co-operation with IATA. We have been a Strategic Partner with IATA for several years in Ground Operations, which is our main area of training. I believe that this strategic partnership provides us with unique insight into airlines’ and ground handlers […]

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The official website ULD60seconds.com is now open

Welcome to the brand new website to get free videos about ULD inspection, handling and storage. The Container Inspection and Pallet Build Up videos are the first two releases currently available in 15+ different languages. These releases will be followed by topics such as Pallet Inspection and Straps Inspection during the remainder of 2019, please […]

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ULD IN 60 SECONDS released for global distribution

PRESS RELEASE – AirportCollege.com – for immediate release 11th of March 2019 Helsinki, Finland – Airport College International and ULD CARE have launched free video tools for the air cargo industry, ULD IN 60 SECONDS. The concept includes series of instructional videos about ULD inspection, handling and storage. The Container Inspection and Pallet Build Up videos […]

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Thanks for your valuable feedback!

Dear newsletter reader,it was a great pleasure to get feedback from readers about my last week’s blog – The Next Generation Training Initiative. We at Airport College all enjoyed learning about your ideas on how to use emerging learning technologies in the future. Here is an example of ideas and comments from your colleagues around […]

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What topics should an Information Security Online Course cover?

We are now writing the second version of this course  and encourage you to provide us with information about your special needs for this important topic.  According to studies employees often do not see themselves as part of the company’s information security efforts and therefore take actions that ignore their company’s security interests. Employees’ behaviour […]

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Critical Human Factors at work

Human Factors is about understanding our behaviour and factors that are critical to our performance. People play a central role in airport operations as 80% of apron accidents and incidents involve some type of human error or violation of company policies, processes, or procedures. Our Human Factors online eLearning training course is designed for personnel […]

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Container Inspection in 60 seconds video released for global distribution

Airport College International and ULD CARE have launched a new video for the air cargo industry, Container Inspection in 60 seconds. This video is the first one created jointly with Airport College International, ULD CARE and Finnair Cargo. The video is available on Youtube.   “This is the first video of the series of videos […]

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