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Airport College International and Airport Services Association sign a Cooperation Agreement

PRESS RELEASE – for immediate release September 1st 2020

Helsinki, Finland – Airport College International Ltd. is excited to announce the signing of a Cooperation Agreement between Airport College and Airport Services Association (ASA), Belgium.

The aim of this initiative is to supply ASA members with training solutions that support safe and efficient ground handling operations. Under the terms of the agreement Airport College International Ltd. makes online training courses available to ASA members under special membership terms. ASA contributes to the promotion of online training courses through ASA’s membership and communication channels.

“We are working constantly to provide a platform where our members can drive change, influence the industry and promote safety and quality at our airports. Training is an important part of this work.” – says Airport Services Association Director General, Fabio Gamba.

“The aviation industry faces a challenge to deliver ground handling related training by using new training methods. At the same time, training should be relevant, user friendly and cost-effective. Together with Airport Services Association we can distribute sustainable training solutions to ASA members around the world.” – adds Airport College International CEO, Pertti Mero.

About Airport College International

Airport College International provides a complete online training service for airlines, airport ground handling agents and logistics in safety, security and service topics. With the training service our clients can efficiently and flexibly train their staff and maintain competences required by airlines and authorities.

Airport Services Association (ASA)

Airport Services Association is the globally recognized trade association for the independent ground and air cargo handling industry and is the voice of the 1.6 million men and women who service the aircraft on the ground.

Learn more about ASA at

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