Airbus Asia Training Centre (AATC) launches “Give Flight” programme

The Airbus Asia Training Centre (AATC) announced through its official LinkedIn page that it has already launched its “Give Flight” programme which is an initiative under Airbus Community Impact programme.

The community engagement initiative was held in partnership with Women in Aviation International Singapore Chapter which aims to enable and inspire young girls to explore and pursue careers in aviation.

According to its announcement quoted as follows: “An event was held at AATC this week in collaboration with four local non-profit organisations advocating for the less fortunate by offering educational opportunities and enrichment programmes. Altogether, 16 girls experienced an exciting morning filled with fun and educational activities at the training centre.

Following an opening address by Ms. Li San Poh, Vice-President of Changi Airport Group, elected Member of Parliament in Singapore and member of WAISG, the girls enjoyed a learning journey that included a career talk, an aviation industry briefing and an Airbus Pilot Transition APT trainer demonstration.

The highlight of the event saw each participant having a hands-on session in the Full Flight Simulators FFS, under the guidance of AATC’s instructors. ‘It was such as eye opening experience and I had so much fun!’ said one of the girls exuberantly.

Source: AATC Announcement on LinkedIn

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