On 26 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.
The joint venture is a long-term, cross-border partnership that has been created with the purpose of increasing the level of initial air traffic controller training in this region. Initially, the newly established academy is training Hungarian students by delivering fully EUROCONTROL Common Core Content compliant courses. Entry Point Central has successfully started the training of 15 ab-initio air traffic control students in September 2011.
Anne Kathrine Jensen, the Managing Director of Entry Point North, receiving the Partner Award form Kornél Szepessy, CEO of HungaroControl