CPaT signs deal with Norse Atlantic Airways

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art-SimulationCPaT Global announced it has been awarded a new contract by Norse Atlantic Airways in Norway. CPaT will be providing Aircraft Systems for their Boeing 787 and B787-9 fleets, as well as CPaT’s General Subjects library, Interactive Diagrams. Norse will also be using CPaT’s Aircraft Procedures suite and Invent, CPaT’s content-design software.

“CPaT is thrilled to partner with Norse Atlantic Airways for the provision of their aviation training distance learning” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “Our robust portfolio of solutions will provide safe and thorough training to their airline, and the power of CPaT Invent added to their curriculum will give them a competitive edge.”

Norse is based out of Oslow, Norway. CPaT Global, LLC (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.

Norse Atlantic Airways will serve the intercontinental market with modern, fuel-efficient, and more environmentally friendly Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Among other destinations, it will serve New York, Florida, Paris, London and Oslo. The first flights are expected to take off in late first quarter or early second quarter of 2022. The company expects that its 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliners will be in the air by summer 2022.

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