ACI Media Press Release Archives (2011)
|Montreal, 7 March 2011 – Airports Council International (ACI) and Bucharest Airports National Company (CNAB) are pleased to announce the opening of a new ACI Training Centre, making Bucharest the 12th ACI global training centre in the world and adding a strategic location with added training opportunities closer to home for many airport staff in Eastern Europe.|
Part of the ACI global mandate is to promote airport excellence by providing high quality, comprehensive training solutions to its members, and as such ACI continues to enhance competency based training programmes through committed partnerships with members such as Bucharest Airports and with international organizations.
ACI Director Training Victor de Barrena travelled to Bucharest for the signing ceremony. He comments, “ACI World in close cooperation with ACI Europe is delighted to pursue the active expansion of the training programme across Europe, with the new Bucharest based centre the third for the European region. We are very pleased to partner with Bucharest as the logical step to ensure a strong training offer not only for Romanian ACI members, but also in the region. Bucharest has been an example in its levels of development for airport employees, and this agreement will support their efforts to raise operational performance. We look forward to enhancing and increasing the training offer in Bucharest, maintaining the high levels of quality in the training offer to our members in the region.”
Mr. Tudor Jidav, General Manager Bucharest Airports, comments, “The partnership with ACI Global Training is a great honour for us. This organization is recognized as one of the most prestigious aeronautical training providers in the world. This partnership represents an acknowledgement of Bucharest Airports National Company as a pillar in providing training for the airport staff and, at the same time, a guarantee for the high quality setup and performance of the ACI training sessions for the airport staff of Romania, Europe and elsewhere. The opening of the new CNAB – ACI Training Centre in Bucharest represents a project of strategic importance that will add both distinction and valuable benefits for the Romanian civil aviation.”