The course is specifically designed for pilots as a hands-on induction to air traffic control and the role of an air traffic controller.
Entry Point Central ATS academy delivered its first OJTI course for operational controllers of LPS SR, the Slovakian ANSP, 22nd-26th October.
We are pleased to announce that we have become TRAINAIR PLUS Associate member of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).
The cooperation will allow both parties to offer total training solutions to a variety of ANSPs and associated customers throughout the world.
We have entered a long-term partnership on collaboration in aviation related training with CAMIC, the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China.
The first team of the latest generation of the Hungarian air traffic controllers received their diplomas on July 6, 2012.
On the 26 of January HungaroControl celebrated its tenth anniversary where Kornél Szepessy, CEO of HungaroControl, handed over the Partner Award to Anne Kathrine Jensen, Managing Director of Entry Point North. It was given as an appreciation of the work for establishing a joint training academy Entry Point Central in Budapest. Anne Kathrine Jensen is much honored to receive this prestigious award as recognition of the successful cooperation between the two organisations.
Following an open tendering process, we have been selected to be the Air Traffic Control Training provider for Prishtina International Airport in Kosovo for the next 3 years.
The training of the first students has started at Entry Point Central International Air Navigation Academy in Budapest established by collaboration of HungaroControl and Scandinavian Entry Point North.
As supplement to ab-initio training based on Eurocontrol Common Core Content, Entry Point North now introduces ICAO Air Traffic Controller training courses carried out in accordance with ICAO recommendations and standards. Professional multinational staff surrounded by long Scandinavian training traditions and competencies offer fully ICAO compliant training courses at its academy facilities in Sweden.