Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC) has opened in its campus of Fuenlabrada (Madrid) the Hangar Laboratory VI, an aeronautical training center developed by Aviation Group and equipped in part by the Spanish company EDIBON International, the company said.
The new facilities, made up of 14 laboratories and valued at three million euros, cover an area of 1,500 m2 and will allow students in the Aeronautical Space Engineering and Aerospace Vehicle Engineering degrees to complete their studies. At the same time, it will be used as well to strengthen the training of professionals from commercial aviation companies, such as Iberia and Norwegian Airlines.
Edibon International is a family-owned company dedicated since 1978 to design, manufacture, and sales of technical teaching equipment for a variety of technical disciplines which include Physics, Energy, Mechatronics, Aerodynamics, Thermodynamics, and Chemical Engineering.
Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC), inaugurated in 1996, is the newest and most modern of the public universities in the Community of Madrid (Spain) and currently has 42,000 students spread over five campuses. The mission of the EIATA (European Institute for Aviation Training and Accreditation), an entity created to contribute to the improvement of the practices of URJC Aerospace Engineering students, is to promote training, research and industrial cooperation in the aerospace sector at an efficient cost.
Aviation Group leads the comprehensive aeronautical training with a methodology adapted to the student and needs of today´s market that, supported by companies in their training specialties such as EDIBON, offers the latest technological advances in equipment and teaching tools.