After the final and frantic preparations of the AirBusiness Academy stand (C96), we are sure you agree that Nathan deserves a rest!
Attending the Singapore Airshow event for the first time, Nathan Sananes, Training Project Coordinator, will be joined by Stephan Hirsch, Head of Business Development and the Business Development team, Muriel Saldana and Nathan Hellard. The team will also be completed by Romain Sohier, Head of Operational Management, who will conduct a training session based on Aerospace Supplier requirements.
Apart from the many planned meetings with customers, the team hopes to make contact with each passer-by who is not familiar with what AirBusiness Academy has to offer. And as Asia's largest Aerospace event, there is sure to be plenty of opportunities!
Meet the AirBusiness Academy team at stand C96 - Singapore Airshow
Business Development Manager, Muriel Saldana represented AirBusiness Academy at the 2015 Canadian Aerospace Summit in Ottawa which took place in the Shaw Centre on the 17 - 18th November 2015.
Hosted by the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC), the event brought together Canadian and international companies of all sizes, government, and academia for two days in the nation's capital.
With more than 1,000 participants in attendence and many executives and government officials, the event proved to be a valuable opportunity to meet our Canadian counterparts and to promote AirBusiness Academy's activities further afield.
As one of the three leading countries in the Asia-Pacific region for aircraft maintenance, repairs and overhaul services, Malaysia will welcome the new Airbus customer services centre for specialised aerospace engineering services with open arms.
Business is expected to grow by 10 per cent annually in this region and such new projects should create 20,000 jobs in the country. Airbus president and chief executive officer Fabrice Bregier said the commitment showed by Airbus reflected the enormous potential the company saw for the aerospace industry in Southeast Asia.
Pierre-Olivier Sadoul, one of our external trainers (first from right) pictured in Toulouse with our Russian visitors from companies in the Samara Aerospace Cluster by Volga Engineering Academy. After enjoying the Airbus A380 FAL visit, they participated in presentations by: Simon Ward (Head of Airbus Internationalisation), Sebastien Fages (Director of EQUERT International), Avinash Gore (Project Manager at Porsche Consulting GmbH), Constant Ndjab (Solution Line Manager for In-Service Support at Safran Engineering) and Stephan Hirsch (Head of Business Development at AirBusiness Academy).
Taking part in 'Strategic Airline Management', our group from China Southern spent 9 days building their understanding of the complex and evolving global aviation business environment. The training also integrated management and leadership best practice with, as always, the notion of 'learning by doing'. Thank you China Southern, it was a pleasure!
Our Managing Director Michèle Oberto, is no stranger to the event but this year she was accompanied by the head of Business Development, Stephan Hirsch and Business Development Manager, Muriel Saldana.
The trio had a long list of meetings scheduled in advance and a host of contacts, acquaintances and friends to fit in during an intense few days.
Pre-scheduled time was planned with the following companies; Daher, Equert, Meloche, HEC, Safran Engineering Services, Miami Aerospace, Excent, BCI Aerospace, Makino, GPSI, Safran University, Ernst & Young.
Thank you to each company for sharing your valuable time!
More details of our Bourget experience coming soon!
In collaboration with the Embassy of France in Washington D.C., ENSEEIHT and Airbus, we were happy to welcome a group of students from the University of Maryland, USA.
Most of the students are from the ACES (Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students) program, the first honors program in cybersecurity. Showcasing world-renowned French industrial sites and research centers, as well as practical aspects of security, students attended classes and visited labs, industry and cultural sites in three cities: Paris, Bourges, and Toulouse.
This three-week long class was offered for the first time this summer and encountered a great success.
We look forward to welcoming students from the ACES program and the University of Maryland in the future.
Airbus Group and AirBusiness Academy met with Aéro Montréal and Ed Fast, minister of International Trade of Canada in Montreal on May 11th.
This meeting gave Airbus Group the opportunity to explain the selection process for their potential suppliers and outline their overall expectations. For the minister, Ed Fast and Aéro Montréal, it was an ideal platform to promote the aerospace industry in Quebec.
AirBusiness Academy delivers the course “Be An Airbus Supplier”, which explains Airbus requirements to potential & existing suppliers and advises on how to meet and exceed Airbus’ expectations.
After a successful first course in Montreal, a second had to be set up to welcome the 26 eager participants.