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New IATA-UFTAA training programme

A new tourism training programme is set to be presented by Airline Services Training (AST<.>) and IATA<.> Greece at…

A new tourism training programme is set to be presented by Airline Services Training (AST<.>) and IATA<.> Greece at the Tourist Panorama exhibition next month.

The presentation will be made on May 13 from 11am to noon at the Peace and Friendship Stadium`s reception hall.

AST director Constantine Hadjigeorgiou said that the International Air Transport Assocation (IATA) and the Universal Federation of Travel Agents` Associations (UFTAA), mindful of the increased demands being placed on the air transport and tourism industries, had decided to create an innovative training programme comprising four levels, starting at foundation and ending in management. He said it would enable interested parties to gain skills directly applicable to the needs of the market.

IATA is made of more than 260 airlines while UFTAA represents travel agents` unions in 113 countries.

Over the past 25 years more than 200,000 individuals have undertaken the IATA-UFTAA training programme, offered by 240 institutes throughout the world, one of which is AST in Greece.

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