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The GAA is a supremely successful and proudly amateur sporting body.
LOYALIST campaigner Willie Frazer has demanded a BBC probe after an actress wore a GAA school sports shirt on EastEnders.
The GAA v Douglas Hyde; the removal of Ireland's first president as GAA patron.
As per the contract, GAA will offer various training services to Gulf Air personnel including pilots, aircraft maintenance engineers, cabin crew and ground staff on its facilities.
Gulf Air CEO Samer Majali and GAA CEO Tim Shattock signed the agreement under which GAA will provide a wide range of training services to airline personnel including pilots, aircraft maintenance engineers, cabin crew and ground staff.
Gulf Air CEO Samer Majali signed the agreement with GAA chief executive officer Tim Shattock at the airline's headquarters on Wednesday.
With the highly-accredited and widely recognised international TRTO standards, GAA now provides simulator training and type rating courses on Airbus A320 and A330/A340 aircraft, Multi-Crew Co-operation courses (MCC) and the training of cabin crew at their training facilities at Bahrain International Airport.
THE GAA is 125 years old - but how will the Association look in 125 years' time?