Royal Jordanian Joins IATA’s Training Network to Become an IATA Authorized Training Center
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
from left- Baidhani, Dabbas, Hadidi and Lozi
Amman, Royal Jordanian and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced today a new partnership in the field of training. As of April 17, 2013, the airline will be able to conduct IATA training courses.
Royal Jordanian will become a major IATA-accredited training center, the contract was signed at airlines’ headquarters in Amman by Amer Hadidi president and chief executive oficer and IATA’s regional vice president-Middle East and North Africa Hussein Dabbas and IATA’s head of global partnership and learning innovation Ismail Al Baidhani and Naser Lozi the airlines chairman of the board of directors was present
Hadidi said: “We are proud of our human resources capabilities that allowed us to become one of the professional training centers accredited by IATA, as this will enhance our educational mission. RJ will be supporting the activities and initiatives of IATA by delivering quality training gained through the airline’s 50 years of legacy and know how.
“This IATA Authorized Training Center - run by RJ’s Human Resources and Administration Department - is bound to empower its students and trainees with knowledge, competency and skills for more sustainable and effective business practices,” added Hadidi.
Al Baidhani added: “We are delighted to have Royal Jordanian as part of IATA’s global training partners network. Jordan is a very important hub for the region's intellectual capital with an economy that is truly based on knowledge and excellence in service. We will be working closely with RJ on developing the next generation of leaders for our industry in the Kingdom and wide region.”
“IATA is honored to be partnering with Royal Jordanian in the year that RJ is celebrating its 50 years of operation, and looks forward to a long lasting relationship with RJ.”
Courses offered by IATA covers various aviation fields in addition to cargo, travel and tourism.