#IATATraining – Claim your 50 US Dollar rebate

(Posted 06th July 2022)

The festivities continue!
Throughout June we’re not just celebrating IATA Training’s 50th anniversary, but we’re also honoring cabin crews around the world and our industry’s commitment to making flying more sustainable.
We’re taking Flight Attendant Day and World Environment Day as a reason to give you $50 OFF on any of our virtual classroom or classroom courses in 2022.

Just use promo code: FB-GO-50-IIL

Time zone: 
Europe, Middle East and Africa
Security Audit and Quality ControlAviation Security27 Jun – 01 Jul, 2022
Netherlands, Amsterdam
Fatigue Risk Management SystemsCAAs & ANSPs29 Jun – 01 Jul, 2022
Switzerland, Geneva
Risk Management ImplementationSafety04 – 07 Jul, 2022

Virtual Classroom
Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) – Building a Long-Term Sustainable Aviation IndustrySustainability & Environment07 – 08 Jul, 2022
Switzerland, Geneva
Aircraft Turnaround Coordination and Loading SupervisionGround Operations11 – 14 Jul, 2022

Switzerland, Geneva
Competency-Based Training for Dangerous Goods Instructional Designers
Dangerous Goods11 – 15 Jul, 2022

Virtual Classroom
Airline Financial Management
Finance, Data, Fares25 – 29 Jul, 2022
Switzerland, Geneva

Air Cargo Law and Convention
Aviation Law02 – 03 Aug, 2022

Virtual Classroom

CORSIA – Technical Aviation Knowledge for VerifiersSustainability & Environment23 – 26 Aug, 2022
United Kingdom, London

SAVE $50 on any classroom or virtual classroom course by IATA in 2022.


Promo Code: FB-GO-50-IIL

*Valid until 8 July 

Featured: Cabin Crew Essentials  
Featured: Environmental Essentials  

Featured: Environmental Essentials

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Air Navigation Services
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Civil Aviation Authorities
Dangerous Goods Regulations
Fares & Ticketing
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