Lufthansa to build engineers' IT skills

November 2003
IT Training;Nov2003, p13
Trade Publication
Cisco Systems Inc. is developing training modules for Lufthansa Technik AG ground engineers who will be responsible for maintaining its new high-technology, in-flight entertainment system. The network-integrated cabin equipment, jointly developed by Cisco and Videon, will distribute business and entertainment applications while controlling cabin functions. Lufthansa engineers will go through a mix of online and face-to-face tuition, with training updates available online. They will be trained up as and when systems are installed.


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