Press release – AirportCollege.com – for immediate release 04 November 2013
Helsinki , Finland – Airport College International is excited to announce the launch of its new partner Sharp Aviation K that will be representing AirportCollege.com in the region of Korea. The official launch date for co-operation is 1st November 2013.
Airport College International believes that the new partnership brings new, extremely interesting opportunities to all aviation and logistic related companies operating in Korea, to re-think their training and achieve massive cost savings. All this is made possible through our new high tech e-Learning service that brings in a unique way a great learner retention level with superior quality and economics. All this is achieved without compromising the level of training using our state of the art learning modules.
“Entering to Korean market with strategic partner is very important for us and now we can support our clients better, when they are looking for training related cost saving,” says Airport College International CEO Pertti Mero.
“Bringing AirportCollege.com online training offering to our portfolio is a logical step to redesign our company’s training and towards complete service offering to our existing and new clients”, states Sharp Aviation K President Soon-Suk Paik.
About Airport College International
Airport College International provides a complete on-line training service for aviation and logistics industries. We offer a full range of web-based training programs in safety, security and service topics. Our self-study modules comply with the regulations of international and national legislations and those established by governing bodies, such as the ICAO and IATA.
About Sharp Aviation K
Sharp Aviation K Inc. is an aviation services company in Korea engaged in nationwide commercial and defense programs. With a mission of “being the client’s strategic partner and their first choice in aviation services in Korea”. Sharp Aviation K and its subsidiaries have been in the Korean market since 1964 and operate in the areas of commercial airlines’ passenger and cargo GSSA, full ground handling services, cargo terminal, FAA repair shop, aircraft parts, fuelling, in-flight catering and other related services in six airports in Korea. Sharp is currently building an aircraft maintenance hangar at Incheon International Airport to further strengthen the company’s position as an independent total aviation service provider in Korea.
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