RAC & The Guild of Air Traffic Controllers of Zambia
Royal Air Charters is proud to continue its support for the Guild of Air Traffic Controllers of Zambia (GATCOZ). We sponsor the Air Traffic Controller’s Fundraising Ball, and facilitate the travel of members to the International Air Controllers’ Conference in North Africa.
Our support of the wider industry reflects our commitment to safety and ensuring a level playing field exists for our industry partners, suppliers and competitors alike.
“We are extremely grateful to Royal Air Charters for generously providing financial and material support to GATCOZ. At a time of need, you provided us with financial support to host fundraising ventures and facilitating for the sponsorship of Air Traffic Controllers (ATCOs) to attend important international conferences and also provided air transport for carrying ATCOs to the annual general aviation activities aimed at enhancing better understanding and good working relationship between Controllers, Pilots and Aircraft Operators.
We thank you and shall remain deeply indebted to you for your sponsorship.”
PRESIDENT | GUILD OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS OF ZAMBIA
RAC & Education
Our team participates in career fairs at both private and community schools, where we do our utmost to motivate students to one day enter the aviation industry. We also welcome school children on educational tours, so that they can experience first – hand, what it entails to work in aviation.
We consider it a unique privilege to meet and engage with so many bright and precocious young minds.
“The ISL Pre School children have been lucky enough to visit Royal Air charters for 4 years now, as part of their unit on learning how transport systems are created to fulfill our needs. This entails the children deciding on a 'destination', 'buying' an air ticket and 'packing' their bags for the airport. The staff at Royal Air Charters have always been nothing short of amazing and accommodating. The children are greeted by friendly 'passport' officers and then welcomed aboard the 'flight' by the ever smiling cabin crew.
This trip has become a highlight on the Pre School calendar for the children as they excitedly head to the airport, with many being very sad that they have to actually come back! ”
Karen Finn Hedstrom
EARLY YEARS COORDINATOR
EARLY YEARS TEACHER INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF LUSAKA