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SriLankan Airlines opens Aviation College

SriLankan Airlines, opened its integrated aviation training institution, SriLankan Aviation College recently.


CEO SriLankan Airlines,
Kapila Chandrasena

With over three decades of experience in training aviation professionals to fulfil the Airline's manpower needs, SriLankan Aviation College, brings together the Airline's training centres, SriLankan Technical Training and International Aviation Academy. SriLankan Airlines' Chairman Nishantha Wickremasinghe said, "As the national carrier, we have a mission that goes beyond earning profits and carrying passengers. SriLankan Aviation College signifies our endeavour to empower future generations, thereby continually contributing to the development of the industry."

SriLankan Airlines, Chief Executive Officer, Kapila Chandrasena said, "With Sri Lanka moving ahead in terms of developing itself as a hub for air and maritime transport, SriLankan Airlines remains committed to supporting the vision set out by the Government to develop the five economic metro hubs of Sri Lanka."

SriLankan Aviation College, General Manager, Primal de Silva said, "SriLankan Aviation College will offer a diversified range of professional courses, which will empower students to thrive in the industry anywhere in the world."

"Having trained SriLankan staff for over three decades, SriLankan Aviation College adheres to the global standards and the individualism of different airlines, thus, the unparalleled experience has enabled it to introduce customised training solutions for students, while providing them on-the-job training," he said.

"At a time, the demand for professionally qualified aviation industry personnel is high across the globe, especially in the Middle Eastern region, due to the emergence of many commercially successful carriers, we, as a country that has been a prime labour supplier to the Middle East, now have the chance to enhance our quality of manpower, thereby exploring new avenues in foreign employment," de Silva.

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