Restrata, a British-owned training company operating in UAE (Qatar and Iraq) where it has its headquarters have been contracted to offer security training services for airports of Egypt’s National Falcon. The National Falcon of Egypt which is responsible for providing aviation security services for all international airports and airports at tourist sites, has selected and approved Restrata to provide aviation security training for the National Falcon.
Present at the business and defense meeting was John Casson, the British Ambassador and Sherif Fathy, the Minister for Civil Aviation at Egypt, where a memorandum of understanding (MOU) has been signed by the two parties to develop a training academy for the purpose of their partnership. According to the British Ambassador, security services at Egypt’s international airports is a compound issue that puts both the U.K and Egypt government on the frontline.
As part of the process, all personnel in the National Falcon jurisdiction will be receiving training guided by the European Standards in a period of about half a year. The training will be mandatory for all personnel tasked by the Ministry of Civil Aviation to render security services across airports in Egypt under the National Flacon.
Accepting the contract, the managing director of Restrata, Alexander Mark mentioned that they are counting on their hard earned and reputable experience gained in security service provision across a large number of international airports. Additionally, he added that their firm will effectively work with their colleagues at Olive Group to source for a cumulative reinforced knowledge on airport security and operations, technology and innovations as well as aviation regulations to enable them provide the best of training to the National Falcon.