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Asian Aviation Centre honours graduating students

The Asian Aviation Centre [AAC] held their Annual Academic Awards ceremony for the seventh consecutive year at the BMICH on August 28, 2004.

The occasion was graced by several eminent personalities such as the former Commander of the Air Force and the Present Chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority Air Vice Marshal P. H. Mendis as chief guest and the Course Director Engineering Degree Program in Kingston University, UK Dr. Peter Brarrington as guest of honour.

Addressing the gathering Air Vice Marshal P. H. Mendis said he was confident that there will be a growth in domestic aviation which will require pilots and engineers.

Air Vice Marshal Upali Wanasinghe said that this years presentation 219 awards were given which is an increase of about 80 awards over the last year.

This ceremony is an important event for you as the academy publicly confirming your examination and that you have met the standard set. He also stated that the AAC was convinced that the students are ready to take the next step in their career. Aviation being a specialized field requiring strict discipline and precision, the awards ceremony was based on these important fundamentals.

 

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