CPaT expands reach in South Korea with Air Premia; Luxembourg Flight Training buys 2 ALSIM simulators

Cockpit and Flight Deck Panels Aircraft Systems Course Global, a provider of distance learning for the airline and aviation industry, announced they have been awarded a new contract with Air Premia. CPaT will be providing an unlimited contract structure including Aircraft Systems, General Subjects, and CPaT Invent for Air Premia’s Boeing B787-9 fleet.

“CPaT is the market leader for aviation training distance learning in the Asia Pacific region,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “Our new partnership with Air Premia expands CPaT’s training portfolio in Korea and will provide premium training solutions for their pilots.”

CPaT delivers software-as-a-service applications to more than 300 global aviation customers, serving 100,000+ individual users, and providing nearly two 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.

Air Premia is a newly established passenger airline in South Korea. Air Premia is a hybrid service carrier. The base airport is Incheon airport, and the route will be medium to long-haul routes since the fleet will be consist of widebody aircraft only.

Luxembourg Flight Training Academy buys 2 ALSIM simulators

ALSIM announced that the Luxembourg Flight Training Academy (LFTA) has acquired two advanced simulators, the AIRLINER, and the AL250. These next-generation simulators will enhance the training experience for students and prepare them for real-world aviation challenges. The AL250 simulator meets initial phase training needs (PPL, CPL, IR/ME) and is certified EASA FNPT II. In addition, it offers both classic and glass cockpit instrumentation. Since its introduction, this device has been having a lot of success in the pilot training market.  Over 80 simulators have already been installed and are successfully being operated worldwide.

The AIRLINER is a simulator catering for the end of the ab initio training for courses such as MCC, APS MCC, and screening preparation for Airlines (like crew resource management, jet aircraft handling, and emergency procedures). The versatile simulator is inspired by many different single-aisle aircraft. Its generic flight model is based on new computational fluid dynamics, offering a similar experience as FFS level D. On top of this, the AIRLINER represents the latest technology available in modern aircraft with similar automation and flight management systems. The simulator is equipped with a two-seater cockpit and instructor station plus observer’s seats and is the perfect training tool for students to learn how to work as a team and acquire the necessary skills in leadership, decision-making, and communication.

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