Airports Council International, the International Civil Aviation Organization and the International Air Transport Association have established the Young Aviation Professionals Program, which will allow young aviation professionals to work at each of the organizations for four months.
Applicants will work in the safety, security, environmental and regulatory fields.
“The global aviation business is becoming more complex,” ACI’s Angela Gittens said in a statement. “For the first time, this will give the best and the brightest an opportunity to participate in its future development from three perspectives.”
ICAO and ACI established a similar program in 2007 for airport executives. Applications for the Young Aviation Professionals Programme will be accepted soon. - Jon Ross