Cairo Company

Vision of a Brazilian in the Cairo/Egypt Revolution against Mubarak (version 1986). Reason Egypt change Since child always I had a great allure for ' ' Egypt antigo' ' everything that constitua; faras, Clepatra, the temples, the pyramids, the architecture, and, also the crendice of the possibility of a perpetual life that the mumificaes ilusoriamente brought its peoples. For destination or order of, already the perhaps adult one, I was to live in the capital Cairo of Egypt, place that was palco of all that universe. It had finished to form me in Business administration and was approximately with 4 years of married. In middle of years 80, the Egyptian government, acquired some aircraft of military origin, the TOUCAN, of manufacture of company EMBRAER- Brazilian Company of Aeronautics, (the same airplane used for ours ' ' Flotilla of the Fumaa' ' in its presentations). As associate to the acquisition had a strong interest on the part of the Egyptians whom the transference of the Konw How of the company had Brazilian, was established in contract that the aircraft would be produced in the city of the Cairo.

Giving continuation to the works, the EMBRAER sent a team of employees for Egypt; the bachelors were revezados from time to time, and the married ones would be in permanent character until the end of the contract. There that I enter in this history, my husband at the time, was the responsible one for the quality control of the project/Egypt. Days before the departure for the Middle East, the company in provided diverse lectures to them with pertinent subjects in relation to the cultural differences between the two countries, the religion, the islamismo, etc. These lectures had been sufficiently useful had contributed sufficiently to facilitate our adaptation in so distant lands. After long flight hours we arrive at the airport of the Cairo at night, by the way, was a night sufficiently put into motion.

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