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The Aviation Academy Luxembourg provides training for those who want to find work in civil aviation, logistics, and tourism

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Our training center has been awarded IATA Accredited School status

Air Cargo Experts 

People who are interested in the cargo- or the logistic industry, like for example one of these jobs:

  • Airline cargo acceptance

  • Cargo agency staff

  • Cargo operations

  • Ground handling staff

  • Station managers responsible for the safe transport of dangerous goods

  • Shippers, cargo agents, consolidators, freight forwarders

  • Instructional designers and instructors of DGR

Foundation in Travel and Tourism (e-learning)

Explore the world of travel and tourism and maximise career opportunities in this industry. 

From entry-level travel agent basics to senior management for agencies or tour operations, each course leads to an IATA qualification, recognized internationally by the travel industry. ​

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IATA Accredited Training School (ATS)

Reduce risky hazards with our training on dangerous goods.

Businesses that handle, store, or transport hazardous materials are subject to stringent regulations. They rely on trained people who are knowledgeable about the legal guidelines governing the storage and transportation of such products.

We provide the thorough instruction and training mandated by law for anyone engaged in dangerous operations and the transportation of dangerous goods. Our course offerings cover the most recent regulations and rules pertaining to land, rail, inland waterways, and maritime transportation of hazardous materials.

We developed this training based on our extensive industry expertise. Our seminars are led by carefully selected professionals who can impart their expertise in a useful and practical way.

Our training center has been awarded IATA Accredited School status. This enables us to provide training in the field of transporting dangerous goods for almost all categories of personnel in accordance with the requirements of Section 1.5 of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. Courses and final examinations are conducted in English to facilitate study. The timetable includes basic and refresher courses.  A certificate of attendance is issued on the day following the successful completion of the examination.

Training regulations
According to current requirements, an employee whose work involves dangerous goods must undergo periodic training every two years. The validity of the certificate is calculated from the date of the completion of the training. Regardless of the form of training, the examination takes place under the supervision of an instructor. Identification of the trainee's identity is required before the start of the examination. 

The Aviation Academy Luxembourg provides training for those who want to find work in civil aviation, logistics, and tourism.
One of our key indicators is the percentage of students employed. At our academy, we teach the latest methods and rules for work, give practical skills, and show cases of real examples of work.
We invite only practitioners onto the teaching staff, select useful videos, and organize the learning process as comfortably as possible.

Since we opened our doors, we've helped around 200 students achieve their dreams and pursue careers in aviation and logistics.
We teach to modern standards and keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation and regulation in the aviation industry, so our students can thrive in today's competitive business environment.
With a wide range of knowledge and programs and excellent instructors, our students are successfully interviewed and employed.

Get in touch with us right away to learn more about our Dangerous Goods.

You can find out more about the training on the website

Aviation Academy Luxembourg

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