Hong Kong Aviation Academy Recognised as
Platinum / Training Centre of Excellence by ICAO
The Hong Kong International Aviation Academy
(HKIAA) has been awarded the prestigious Platinum Training Centre of
Excellence in the Trainair Plus Programme (TPP) by the International
Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), the programme's highest recognition.
By providing a methodology
that streamlines and standardises aviation courses, the Trainair
aims to support civil air transport in sustaining a safe, secure
and steady development.
HKIAA has been a member of the ICAO TPP
since June 2017, acquiring Full Membership and Gold Full
Membership in 2019 and 2022 respectively.
The dual ICAO-ACI recognition is the initiative of
the two organisations to support the effective implementation of
ICAO standards and ACI best practices through the provision of
enhanced airport training activities, encompassing both
organisation’s safety, security, and sustainability provisions.
HKIAA is only the world’s second organisation to have
received the Airports Council International (ACI)-ICAO TPP-Airport
"We are honoured to receive the advanced recognition from ICAO,"
said Simon Li, President of HKIAA. "The
academy has been providing a diverse range of programmes and
courses to over 230,000 local, mainland and overseas participants
since 2017. We are glad that our continuous efforts are
acknowledged. Looking ahead, we shall further innovate and expand
our courses for regional aviation talent. We will strive to be the
pioneer incubator to nurture and enrich industry specialists to
serve the ever-growing aviation industry."
HKIAA offers comprehensive aviation-related
curriculum to aviation professionals and industry newcomers,
ranging from aviation summer day camps, placement programmes, to
professional certificate courses and accredited programmes.
addition to the academic programmes such as Diploma in Aviation
Operations and Professional Diploma in Aviation Management, to
facilitate its development as a regional aviation training hub,
HKIAA has partnered with renowned Ecole Nationale de I’Aviation
Civile (ENAC) since 2017 to co-organise the 18-month part-time
Advanced Master of Air Transport Management programme which
provides an excellent platform for managerial executives in the
industry from Hong Kong, the Mainland and Belt and Road countries
to exchange their insightful experiences.
The academy also recently signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with Oman Airports Management Company to
further strengthen the training partnership established last year.
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