Up to 124 pilots, engineers to be trained

By Tereza Jeremiah Chuei

The South Sudan Supreme Airline and South Sudan pilots Association are expected to sponsor the Training of 124 pilots and engineers, among other groups in October this year on how to administer the civil Aviation Authority.

This came during the meeting between First Vice President Dr. Riek Machar Teny and a group from South Sudan Supreme Airlines and South Sudan Pilot’s Association led by business tycoon Ayii Duang Ayii.

The Agenda of the meeting discussed possible ways of conducting trainings for local pilots, engineers, administrators, cabin crews, and all departments of Aviation.

The office of First Vice President reported in its official Facebook page that plans are underway to send 124 persons for civil aviation training.

“One hundred and twenty-four (124) people would go for trainings in October this year, and the categories includes, pilots, engineers, cabin crews, and administrators to administer the Civil Aviation Authority,” the FVP office reported.

The South Sudan Supreme Airlines and South Sudan Pilot’s Association Representatives in their meeting updated Dr. Riek on the positive developments and the challenges facing Airline companies in the Country.

 “We have come to thank H.E. the First Vice President for having been supportive to South Sudan Pilot’s Association and South Sudan Supreme Airlines in order to deliver services to the people of South Sudan,” the group stated.

The Secretary General of the South Sudan Pilot’s Association Captain Samson Ohide Lomoro said that, “As pilots, we are proud to serve our country and people to the best of our abilities.”

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