IGA Istanbul Airport, which offers a unique service to its passengers, constantly improving by focusing on technology and increasing its reputation with international institutions day by day, has signed the "Regional Training Partnership" agreement with the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
IGA Istanbul Airport, which is among the best airports in the world in the aviation sector and stands out with the privileged and different services it offers to its passengers, is signing new agreements within the framework of cooperation with international organizations.
Continuing its efforts for the development of aviation, IGA Istanbul Airport has become the newest partner of IATA's training program through its training structure, IGA Academy. To the signing ceremony held at IGA Istanbul Airport; Nihat Çukurkaya, Deputy General Manager of Human Resources at İGA Istanbul Airport, Funda Çalışır, IATA Regional Manager, and Erkan Dursun, IATA Industrial Solutions Manager.
Within the scope of the contract with IATA; The İGA training structure becomes the newest partner of IATA's training program through the İGA Academy, and has the opportunity to offer all regionally determined courses in an accredited manner. Thus, İGA can both offer these courses to its employees and market the training to trainees from other countries applying.
We carried our knowledge and experience in aviation to the international arena…
Nihat Çukurkaya, Deputy General Manager of Human Resources at İGA Istanbul Airport, made a statement at the signing ceremony: “IGA Academy, which was established to provide quality training to all stakeholders in the aviation industry, especially to İGA employees, is a project of the sector's employees who have strong technical capabilities to continue their professional careers all over the world. aims to be”. In line with this mission, we sign cooperation agreements with international organizations of the aviation industry. Finally, we signed the “Regional Training Partnership” agreement with the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Thus, besides expanding our training network in aviation, we had the opportunity to transfer our knowledge and experience to the international arena. As the world's largest airport and the region's most important global hub, we will train both our employees and aviation professionals, and we will support the development of the industry through training."