Airlines must work harder to attract decent senior employees – but not from the cockpit, according to a senior industry executive speaking on day two of the Gulf Aviation Training Event (GATE), Dubai Airshow’s event-within-a-mega-event.
Welcome to GATE
Returning for the third time during the Dubai Airshow, GATE - Gulf Aviation Training Event - is the Middle East’s foremost event for discussing the pressing need for more comprehensive pilot crew training in a region which is seeing accelerated growth in air transport. GATE brings industry players together to discuss the challenges and seek solutions to what will be an exciting time for this region’s air transport business.
GATE is held under the Patronage of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chairman and CEO of Emirates.
WHAT TO EXPECT
According to Boeing’s Current Market Outlook (CMO) 2014 – 2033 The Middle East will need 55,000 new pilots and 62,000 new skilled maintenance personnel to staff the region’s airlines between now and 2033. GATE brings industry players together to discuss the challenges of this growing demand, explore solutions and shape Middle East aviation training.
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Our speakers include senior representatives from the world's biggest and most forward-looking organisations.