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  • Meet us at Aeromart Montréal – Stand 832

    Published on 07/03/2015

    Business Affairs Manager, Muriel Saldana will represent AirBusiness Academy at AEROMART Montreal from March 30th to 2nd April 2015.

    This event, taking place in the 3rd aeronautic hub in the world, connects professionals from across the aerospace industry - OEM’s, Tiers 1, the entire supply chain and international services suppliers.

     

  • Aviation Festival Asia, 12 - 13th February 2015

    Published on 12/02/2015

    Business Affairs manager, Muriel Saldana will discover the latest innovations

    for the aviation sector at the 'Aviation festival Asia'.

    The festival is based around five events on a single platform and will focus on

    - Strategies & business models for low cost airlines

    - Improving passenger experience

    - New generation technologies

    - Growing ancillary revenues

    - Innovation in interior designs

    FULL PROGRAMME HERE

  • Happy New Year!

    Published on 06/01/2015

    Embrace 2015 with a gentle reminder that change is inevitable, movement is constant and opportunities are many. Enjoy the journey!

    Season's greetings from all at AirBusiness Academy.

  • ABA interns investigate 2014 highlights

    Published on 19/12/2014

  • Leadership trainer's Day 10 - 11th December 2014

    Published on 12/12/2014

    “Hot question for trainers" - How would you answer?

    How can I dare to be myself? How can I do more with less?

    How can leadership feel in complexity? How can I influence without any hierarchy?

    How can I be myself in the organisation? How can we blend excellence and heart?

    How can I find and use my super-powers?

    Tell us how you would answer!

     

  • AirManager Event 27 - 28 nov 2014

    Published on 27/11/2014

    THE DAY has finally arrived and our AirManager showcase event which has gathered over 30 professionals of the aviation industry is well underway.

    In the luxurious surroundings of the Hotel InterContinental Paris Le Grand, our delegates are experiencing a highly interactive platform based on a simulation of airline tactics and strategy.

    The experience is based on the concept of serious games and teams must make tactical and strategic decisions in order to achieve their airline’s objectives. Each team needs to integrate the key airline activities in their decision making process.

    With a number of players representing major airlines and aviation companies from all over the world, the commitment, engagement and indeed competition between the teams is clear and exciting to see.

    For more frequent updates and photographs follow us on https://twitter.com/AirBusiness_Ac

     

  • Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) at AirBusiness Academy

    Published on 13/11/2014

    The happy faces of the most recent group from Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) to visit Toulouse.

  • Leadership talks in a magical environment.

    Published on 09/10/2014

    Guest speaker at the recent Rolls-Royce, Business Leader Development Programme, our very own Bruno Kahne shares his thoughts on an event held in the prestigious if not mystical surroundings of Oxford's Christchurch College.

    “I was impressed by the perfect organisation by Rolls-Royce, the outstanding quality of the participants and the exceptional venue which reminded me at every corner that Dumbledore and Harry Potter had been there before me!”

    Meet our Leadership faculty.

  • Continued Collaboration with IAS

    Published on 06/06/2014

    AirBusiness Academy and the Institut Aéronautique et Spatial (IAS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to further collaborate on management training projects for international clients from the aeronautic and aerospace industries.

    This MoU will serve as a framework to build on existing synergies between both training organisations.  AirBusiness Academy has previously worked with IAS on various projects for aviation and leadership training. These areas will be further explored, along with courses in supply chain and other operational management subjects.

  • Do you really believe in coincidences?

    Published on 28/03/2014

    Last Saturday I was with some friends in the living room playing cards. Suddenly I had an urge to change my socks.  I had taken a shower and of course I had changed my clothes. I wasn't sweating so I didn't need to change my socks.  But again, the urge was too strong.  So I went to the basement to get my socks and when I got there, I saw water starting to flood the room because the window had been left open and the sprinklers outside had been turned on.  If I hadn't followed my instincts I would have lost many of my personal and precious belongings.

    Coincidence?  Maybe not...

    Following the success of his first book: Deaf-Tips: Powerful Communications, Bruno Kahne, Head of AirBusiness Academy's Leadership Faculty, is currently writing a second book on Synchronicity.

    If you would like to share an anecdote on several events connected in a way that you can't explain, contact Bruno who may include it in his book.