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Emirates joins hands with Canada's CAE

posted on 06/11/2001: 1937 views


Emirates has announced the launch of a US$100 million joint venture with Canada's CAE to set up a Gulfstream business jet training centre in Dubai. The move follows their announcement in July of an agreement to build and jointly operate the centre, which will be adjacent to the existing Emirates Training Facility. The initial investment under the ten-year agreement is US$100 million, with equal participation by both.



The facility is to commence operation in 2003. The announcement came just a day after Emirates launched what was described as a future-defining order for 58 jets in deals worth US$58 billion. When completed, the centre will be a state-of-the-art training facility incorporating modern classrooms and briefing rooms. It will initially house five full flight simulators with provision for seven more. Sheikh Ahmed said the main target will be the Middle East and Africa but the centre - the only one outside America - would be open to anybody. (The Gulf News)

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