Aviation Skills Partnership

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Aviation Skills Partnership (ASP) is dedicated to ensuring the development and implementation of skills solutions for the aviation industry. This has culminated in the recent launch of an Aviation Skills Manifesto to provide a clear structure for enhancing Aviation Skills in the UK. ASP operate across the six areas of aviation covering Professional Pilots, Air Traffic Control, Airport Operations, Operations & Crewing, Cabin Crew & Engineering and Maintenance.

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