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Created in 1949 Orly, installed in Toulouse since 1968, joined by the Operations Department of Aeronautical Training since January 1, 2011, the National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) is the only example of a The only school offering such a wide and complete range of training and activities for the aerospace industry and in particular for the transport sector.
Thus ENAC brings together all the time:
2000 l ve r rs in 25 different training programs: engineer, airline pilot, checkpoints, etc., 7,500 trainees, who each year attend more than 400 sessions of continuing training or advanced training, about ten Research laboratories and the international activities that lead ENAC to host each year hundreds of students and foreign trainees from all 5 continents, human resources constituting an exceptional sum of skills and know-how, Very complementary educational resources and the height of its activities: simulators of traffic control at nothing, flight simulators, 135 aircraft, electronics, computer, aerodynamics, languages, Etc.
These activities are entirely geared towards satisfying the needs of the aerospace sector, both of its public and private players, located in France and abroad.
In just over 60 years of existence, with nearly 20,000 former students, ENAC has gained recognition both in France and around the world for all those involved in its field of activity .
Today, through the recognized skills of its students, trainees, researchers, teachers, and all its staff, ENAC intends to increase its influence throughout the world, and This is always at the service of its field of preference: the a ronautic.
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ICAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu and the Director of France’s École Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), Mr. Marc Houalla, signed a Memorandum ...