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With line stations, at more than 30 different international airports and a customer base that includes Lufthansa, Emirates, Swiss International Airlines and easyJet, Storm Aviation is the ideal international partner for those seeking 24-hour line maintenance

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It was in 1946, on the then Royal Air Force base of RAF Cranfield, that the establishment now known as Cranfield University was formed. Originally dubbed the College of Aeronautics, it was set up by the UK Government in the wake of the Second World War as a means of ensuring that the country retained a vibrant aerospace industry

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Northumberland College will soon be opening a £1.2m purpose-built training centre based at the Port of Blyth with state-of-the-art workshops and the latest teaching and learning technologies for renewables. Students who enrol for 2016 start dates will join the first cohort of students in the brand-new hub at the port of Blyth

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Maersk Training’s Anthony Greener, Maritime Business Development Manager, discusses the pivotal importance of correct training in the industry and the latest trends for 2016

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Maersk Training’s Anthony Greener, Maritime Business Development Manager, discusses the pivotal importance of correct training in the industry and the latest trends for 2016 The UK’s offshore industries are set for significant growth over the coming years and skilled workers are becoming more sought after to fill the increasing number

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In line with the expansion of the port of Burgas, the City of Burgas and its association of environmental organisations have opened a new simulator centre for maritime training in the region. The maritime simulator centre was developed as part of a EU project to provide enhanced training of fishermen

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Rapid growth Since its inception in 2010, Ambrey Risk has established itself as the world’s largest operator in the maritime security and anti-piracy sector. As a provider of a comprehensive range of services for ships and offshore assets in high risk environments such as East Africa and West Africa, the

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Collaborative solutions Strategically located at a crossroads of Mediterranean and Atlantic shipping lanes, the Rock of Gibraltar has been used as a naval fortress for centuries and is today renowned as a Maritime ‘Centre of Excellence’ that anchors the Strait of Gibraltar, a major commercial route. The current main activity

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