Culmen International continues Libyan Civil Aviation training in Istanbul

By Sami Zaptia.

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London, 28 September 2021:

U.S. firm Culmen International is continuing to rollout training courses for Libya’s Airports Authority (LAA) in Istanbul.

The LAA reported yesterday that the latest course in Civil Aviation Security Management was delivered on Saturday to several employees of airports and civil aviation departments, in addition to representatives of some security agencies operating at airports and aviation companies.

The course will continue for five consecutive days with the aim of raising the efficiency of senior administrations and decision makers in the sector and enhancing their capabilities in the field of civil aviation security, the LAA reported.

The training courses are part of the wider policy aim of the Libyan government to encourage foreign carriers to resume flights into Libya and vice versa.


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