The ministry of works and transport is developing a policy that will promote public private partnership in the aviation industry so as to create a conducive operating environment.
The assistant commissioner air transport under this ministry, Robert Ntambi reveals that the ministry is developing a policy that will promote public private partnership in the aviation industry so as to create a conducive operating environment for the sector players.
Delivering the transport minister’s speech at the 9th graduation ceremony of Uganda aviation academy in Kampala today-Friday, Ntambi applauded private players in the aviation industry for the great role they are playing towards professionalizing the sector.
Board member of the academy Captain Mike Mukula says that now days travelers would love to be attended to by people with enough knowledge with various tactics and they want comfortability which we have imparted to the group passed out.
“When moving from place to place, country to country, customers need solution aided people so that is what we are offering because it is going to create a difference with other workers” Says Mukula.
Francis Babu also a board member has shared their future plans to elevate the level of training at Uganda aviation academy after passing out women and men to work in the department of cargo, flight operations.
“Our next flit to come out are pilots and engineers to work from within Uganda and also abroad, this is to create job opportunities for the community” shares Babu.
He says that now they are working tooth and nail to see that they launch a university where they will be carrying out day and night lectures for the trainees.
The 9th graduation has passed out over 130 graduates in different aviation disciplines.