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C’EST PARTI ! | HERE WE GO! 15 new candidates took off on their AMPAP journey in Nairobi on June 20, 2022. Kenya Airports Authority’s CEO Alex Gitari and senior directors IAPs Patrick Chonde, Joseph Okumu, and Samson Kimilu, warmly welcomed the group before AMPAP instructors Jean-Marc Trottier (team leader); Diana STANCU GODET LLM, AVSEC PMC, and Brahim Lakhlifi took over the reins. Thanks Lavene and Priscilla for your invaluable support leading to this! NEXT STOP, BRUSSELS!

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AMPAP welcomed 11 new candidates from 8 countries in its “gateway” virtual classroom course delivery last week.

This latest group now joins hundreds of AMPAP participants and graduates who are located in 119 countries worldwide. AMPAP DOES IT, power through the challenge!

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AMPAP welcomed 13 new candidates in its “gateway” virtual classroom course delivery this week. With another impressive group composition from 9 countries (Brazil, Canada, India, Indonesia, Kuwait, Nigeria, Spain, Tunisia, and USA), co-instructors Hayden Newton GM, Airports Authority of Trinidad & Tobago (AATT) and 2009 AMPAP graduate and Jean-Marc Trottier, Lead SME and Vice-Chair, ASI Institute, did not miss a beat in recognizing Kuwait International Airport for enrolling 5 participants for the first time in the Programme. This latest group now joins hundreds of AMPAP participants and graduates who are located in 119 countries worldwide. AMPAP DOES IT, power through the challenge!

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This week, the first ever AMPAP ATS Gateway course to take place in beautiful Kilimanjaro, Tanzania is being hosted by the Kilimanjaro Airports Development Company. Accompanied here by Mr. Mukoma, Managing Director of Kilimanjaro International Airport and our AMPAP instructors, a new cohort of IAP hopefuls begin their AMPAP journey!

Vince Dancho, Vice President of Operations of Winnipeg Airports Authority (WAA) and his team graciously hosted a small but well engaged group from Canada, Nigeria and Trinidad & Tobago. The 106th AMPAP Gateway course was led by Mr. Paul Behnke and he was joined by Dr. Ruwantissa Abeyratne and Mr. Peter Adams.