CPaT announces new contract with Eastar Jet

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Aviation distance learning provider CPaT Global announced it has been awarded a new contract by Eastar Jet. CPaT will be providing Aircraft Systems training for the Boeing 737 Classic, NG and Max, as well as CPaT’s General Subjects library, and Interactive Diagrams. Eastar Jet is based out of Seoul, Korea and provides short and medium-haul services from its four bases in Seoul, Gunsan, Cheongju and Jeju.

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“CPaT is pleased to partner with Eastar Jet as they ramp up their flight operations,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, vice president of Sales. “CPaT looks forward to providing premium training solutions to Eastar’s pilots and new students.”

CPaT Global is the market leader in distance learning for the aviation industry. CPaT delivers software-as-a-service applications to more than 250 global aviation customers, serving 65,000+ individual users, and providing over one million hours of training each year. CPaT pioneered the use of distance learning in aviation training more than 25-years ago and has built on that legacy to offer new and imaginative training solutions that are practical, forward-looking, and invaluable. CPaT transforms aviation instruction by providing smart training solutions, and vision for curriculum spanning aircraft systems, general subjects, and operational procedures.

Eastar Jet is a low-cost airline based in Seoul, South Korea. On 7 January 2009, Eastar Jet made its maiden flight from Gimpo International Airport (RKSS) to Jeju International Airport (RKPC). During the pandemic, Eastar Jet suspended service, but is now applying for an air operator certificate (AOC) to be able to launch domestic flights in early 2022. It plans to operate two of its 737-800 passenger planes and lease another for domestic flight operations.

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