CPaT wins deal with Nile Air; SG Aéro buys ALSIM AL250 simulator

Nile Air Aircraft

SeoulCPaT Global announced it has been awarded a new contract with Egyptian Airline, Nile Air. CPaT will be providing Airbus A320 Enhanced and Airbus A320neo Aircraft Systems courseware, our robust library of General Subjects, and CPaT Invent for their pilot training programs.

“CPaT is excited to work with Nile Air as they provide the very best training to their flight crews.,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “We provide distance learning to more airlines in Egypt and Africa than any other E-Learning company, and we are proud to have Nile Air provide us with this opportunity to support their professional pilots.”

Nile Air is based out of Cairo, Egypt. Nile Air launched its operation with issued and paid-in capital of EGP 200M which has been increased during 2012 to support the expansion in operations. Today Nile Air is Egypt’s leading private full service carrier operating schedule services from Cairo to emerging airports in the region with a fleet of modern Airbus A320 & ِA321 aircraft. Nile Air operates scheduled services to destinations in Egypt and the Middle East  Europe, Asia, and Africa.

SG Aéro acquires ALSIM AL250 simulator

ALSIM announced that SG Aéro based at the Troyes LFQB airfield, France, has bought an ALSIM AL250 simulator. The AL250 simulator addresses initial phase training needs (PPL, CPL, IR/ME) and is SEP/MEP re-configurable simulator certified as an A FNPT II and TC Level 2 IPC. In addition, it offers both classic and glass cockpit for each flight model at the simple flick of a switch. This device has been extremely well received since its creation and more than 80 of these have already been installed and are in successful operation worldwide. Stéphane Guelin, President, and Education Manager of SG Aero, declared: “SG Aero wants to be a human scale school to remain the closest possible to the needs of its trainees. The choice of an ALSIM simulator was dictated by the quality of conception and design, and the assistance the operator gets throughout the life of the simulator. I have been an ALSIM simulator user for many years and I did my IR/ME training on one of the very first AL100s which only had a TV screen as a display system. ALSIM is a great company that listens to its customers. The AL250 is the best compromise for starting an ATO because it is a versatile and compact simulator.”

Audrey Jeffroy, ALSIM’s Sales Director, adds ” We are very pleased to count SG Aero among our customers. Stéphane with several years of experience in the aviation world is passionate, and hardworking and has always been an advocate of the use of ALSIM flight simulators as an essential tool in the flight training process.”

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