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More airlines show faith in Emirates-CAE centre

posted on 08/12/2003: 1763 views



The new Emirates-CAE Flight Training Centre has signed on more international customers. Air Arabia, National Air Services and Royal Brunei have all signed up training service agreements with the centre and the total value of these new multi-year agreements is estimated to be around US$12 million. Arabasco, Emirates, Jet Aviation, Kuwait Airways, Middle East Airlines, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, and Royal Jet, among others, also use the training facility here.



General Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and UAE Minister of Defence, officially opened the Emirates-CAE Flight Training Centre at a function attended by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation and Chairman of Emirates Group, and Derek Burney, CAE's president and chief executive officer.



Emirates-CAE Flight Training is the result of a long-term partnership signed in 2001. The 14-bay facility offered by the institute, which can train up to 4,000 pilots annually, is the first in the region to be qualified to both FAA and JAA standards. CAE offers aviation training to commercial, regional and business jet operators in its global network of training centres, which operates more than 90 full-flight simulators, with 20 locations on four continents. (The Gulf News)



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