The East African School of Aviation (EASA) is the training Directorate of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) and an Approved Training Organization (ATO). Courses offered at the East Africa School of Aviation are grouped in 3 departments; Air Navigation Services and Aircraft Maintenance, Aviation Business Services, and Aviation Safety and Security Management.
EASA is also approved and mandated by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, KCAA, to offer professional courses in aviation in Kenya.
The school is an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Regional Training Centre of Excellence (RTCE), and the 9th institution worldwide to attain this status.
EASA is recognized as one of the best-equipped Civil Aviation Training Centers in Africa, and a designated Centre of Excellence by the EAC for the Northern Corridor partner states.
The school offers a wide range of Aviation, Technical and Management programs using state of the art training equipment.
EASA is an ISO 9001:2015 certified institution and is registered as a TVET institution by the Ministry of Education. The institution is authorized by IATA to offer courses for the airline industry and is an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Regional Training Centre of Excellence (RTCE) – the 9th institution globally to attain that status.
EASA is accredited to offer technical exams by KNEC and IATA at its Wilson Airport campus and Embakasa main campus.
The intake for courses offered at the East Africa School of Aviation is in May and September for EASA and KNEC programmes, and January and September for the IATA examined courses.