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23 February 2014 No Comment

banner_siteIt has been recognized by the international aviation community that there will be an anticipated shortage of skilled aviation professionals in the near future.

In order to address this important issue, the Air Navigation section of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering from University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest launched the Air Navigation Convention initiative to ensure that enough qualified and competent aviation professionals are available to operate, manage and maintain the future international air transport system. The Air Navigation Convention is an international 2-days event dedicated to the students of the Air Navigation section of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering. Romanian aviation professionals (alumni and others) and important guests from a large number of international organizations are invited to address the students and to find ways to facilitate the transfer of knowledge between generations.

During this event, the students have the opportunity to network, to find mentors and to discuss important issues that civil aviation faces nowadays.
This fifth edition of the Air Navigation Convention is oriented towards students, facilitating the interaction between the main actors of the aviation industry not only from Romania, but also from abroad.

Representatives from organizations such as EUROCONTROL, ALOFT Aviation Consulting, BBA Aviation, ICAO, DFS, AustroControl, Fokker Engineering Romania, ROMATSA, Regional Air Suport, EURO AVIA will be present at the event in order to offer an overview on the opportunities present in the aviation industry and to help maintain the high quality standards the event has accustomed its participants to.

Date: March, 6-7th

Venue: Rectorate, University Politehnica of Bucharest, room AN010

For more details, please visit: aero.pub.robanner_siteIt has been recognized by the international aviation community that there will be an anticipated shortage of skilled aviation professionals in the near future.

In order to address this important issue, the Air Navigation section of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering from University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest launched the Air Navigation Convention initiative to ensure that enough qualified and competent aviation professionals are available to operate, manage and maintain the future international air transport system. The Air Navigation Convention is an international 2-days event dedicated to the students of the Air Navigation section of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering. Romanian aviation professionals (alumni and others) and important guests from a large number of international organizations are invited to address the students and to find ways to facilitate the transfer of knowledge between generations.

During this event, the students have the opportunity to network, to find mentors and to discuss important issues that civil aviation faces nowadays.
This fifth edition of the Air Navigation Convention is oriented towards students, facilitating the interaction between the main actors of the aviation industry not only from Romania, but also from abroad.

Representatives from organizations such as EUROCONTROL, ALOFT Aviation Consulting, BBA Aviation, ICAO, DFS, AustroControl, Fokker Engineering Romania, ROMATSA, Regional Air Suport, EURO AVIA will be present at the event in order to offer an overview on the opportunities present in the aviation industry and to help maintain the high quality standards the event has accustomed its participants to.

Date: March, 6-7th

Venue: Rectorate, University Politehnica of Bucharest, room AN010

For more details, please visit: aero.pub.ro

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