Aviato Academy is the epitome of a bottom-up organization. Our entire knowledge platform and all our trainings are based on the communities inside the Airport & Aviation Industry. But the real engines behind those communities are our partners. They offer invaluable help in centralizing and developing our communities by sharing their knowledge, their experts and their trainings.
The number of partnerships within Aviato Academy grows every day, making it one of the largest knowledge platforms within the Airport Aviation Industry in Europe. It all started with a perfect constellation of these core partners: Air Cargo Belgium, ACI, Aviato vzw, Brussels Airport Company, IATA and Logos.
As the air cargo community representation, ACB (Air Cargo Belgium) strives to make BRUcargo the most attractive, efficient, innovative and successful logistical platform. On behalf of airlines, handlers, forwarders, the airport authority and other stakeholders, we set out strategic and ambitious goals for the development of air cargo.
Airports Council International (ACI) is the only global trade representative of the world’s airports. ACI represents airports interests with Governments and international organizations such as ICAO, develops standards, policies and recommended practices for airports, and provides information and training opportunities to raise standards around the world.
Aviato VZW is the employment centre of Brussels Airport. It’s a joint initiative that brings together partners from the public and private sectors involved in the provision of job opportunities and training of the national airport. The founding members of Aviato are VDAB, Actiris, Provincie & POM Vlaams-Brabant, BECI, VOKA, SFTL and Brussels Airport company.
With nearly 25.7 million passengers in 2018 Brussels Airport is one of the largest airports in Europe and the main airport in Belgium. Brussels Airport connects the capital of Europe to 248 destinations around the globe, served by 80 airlines. It’s the second most important economic growth pole in Belgium with a 1.8% share in the national GDP and an added value for Belgium of € 3.2 billion.
Educavia supports innovative and uniform training for the aviation technicians of the future. This Flemish-Dutch project aims to create new training programs and structures within the aviation technical sector. Annually for 500 students in regular education and 7000 employees in the MRO companies. The promotion of the sector and training will also reinforce this mission.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 290 airlines or 82% of total air traffic. IATA supports many areas of aviation activity and help formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.
The mission of LOGOS is to support the sustainable employment of (future) employees by promoting, developing and financing training and education for them. LOGOS supports employees working in international trade, transport and logistics.
Voka, the biggest Flemish network of enterprises, unites as a network more than 18.000 businesses representing 65% of the private employment and 70% of the added value in Flanders and Brussels.
As the most influential network of entrepreneurs, their mission is to create an optimal framework for successful entrepreneurship.