Airtrace benefits numerous
partners with airports and training centres
Geneva Airport (Switzerland)
BTEE SA is a long term partner of Geneva Airport.
A large number of conference rooms are available at Geneva Airport with the latest generation of audio-visual equipment.
A 7.5 ha weapons training area 15 minutes from Geneva Airport is available for shooting and radio-communications exercises, with a range with imitation animals and distress calls. The range is well away from any public areas and consists of hills, roads and various areas of natural terrain so that wildlife hazard response situations can be simulated very realistically. With a specially built control tower for this type of training, trainees can drive around in their response vehicle in radio contact with the tower while dealing with situations where fauna or birds exhibit a hazard to air traffic. Should we take action? When? What methods should we use? All these decisions which have to be taken while complying with correct aeronautical phraseology and ensuring the safety of other persons if pyrotechnic means are used. An aircraft parking stand (P48) within the secure perimeter of the airport is available for the training. Trainees can practice phraseology there as well as tarmac operations and use of optical or noise scarers. However pyrotechnic means cannot be used in that location.
Visit the Geneva Airport website
The airport fire service training centre EFORSA (Ecole de formation à la sécurité aérienne – Air Safety Training School) at Auch in the Gers region of France is 45 mins from Toulouse Blagnac. It has two technical platforms equipped with models and simulators so that a wide range of configurations can be set up for trainees. The centre also has fully equipped training rooms, garages, changing rooms, a club house and so on.
Visit the EFORSA website
This european training centre in airport and aeronautical disciplines is located at the Saint-Yan Charolais South Burgundy airport (SYAB).
Visit the SYAB website
Sion Aéroport (Switzerland)
Ideally located in the heart of the Valaisian Alps, Sion International Airport (SIR) offers a wide range of activities for aircraft and helicopters, pleasure flying, heli-skiing, passenger and cargo transport and miscellaneous air links.
Visit Sion Airport website
Swiss Aeropole (Switzerland)
Initially restricted to military aviation, since 2015 Payerne airbase has also hosted an “Aeorpole” or civil aerospace technology park. The project was managed by the District of Payerne and the Broyard local government. Payerne Airbase has training facilities such as maintenance and flight simulators, flight planning systems, computer based training and so on.
Visit the swiss aeropole website
Centre des Métiers de l'Aviation (Ivory Coast)
This new training center created by the firm Egis and Camas aims to offer the best training in Africa, tailored for airport professionnals. BTEE, with its international training center Airtrace, joins the CMA to offer wildlife hazard management and crisis management courses in Abidjan.
Visit CMA's website