The students, the President and the staff of ENAC wish you an excellent year 2019!
Within the framework of the DGAC international cooperation programme, ENAC trained 11 airworthiness professionals October 8-16, 2018. For the first time, ENAC welcomed Manfred Veremaito, from Vanuatu.
Over the summer of 2018, Airbus and ENAC have launched the “ENAC – AIRBUS Safety Management chair”, through the ENAC Foundation. The objective of this chair is to address the new safety issues raised by the evolution of the global aviation landscape and by the increasing digitalization of this domain. It is headed by Corinne Bieder, Head of ENAC's "Safety and Security" research programme.
Driven by natural departures and significant growth in Air France, Joon and Transavia capacity, Air France now needs to recruit 250 pilots per year. The company has therefore decided to reopen its cadet pilot programme 8 years after it was suspended.
On June 20th, ENAC and UIR, Université Internationale de Rabat, signed a framework cooperation agreement.
On 9 and 10 October 2018, the International Symposium Remote Tower will be held at ENAC, bringing together the leading experts in the field. This event is intended for all stakeholders potentially impacted, from ATCO/AFISO to ATSEP, R&D activities, NSA activities, Airport industry etc…