CAE and Sky Lounge Renew Pilot Training Agreement until 2024

CAE’s Nick Leontidis met with Sky Lounge CEO, Captain Nicolas Meszaros, at EBACE 2022 to officially sign a two-year extension to their training agreement.

As part of the two-year agreement, Sky Lounge pilots will train on the Challenger 605, Global Express and Phenom 100 at CAE business aviation training centres in the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom.

Sky Lounge is a leading private and business aviation services company based in Beirut, Lebanon, that prides itself on its high safety standards, reliability, and operational efficiency.

During their meeting, Nick thanked Captain Meszaros for the confidence he and Sky Lounge have placed in CAE for more than 20 years to train his team to deliver on their exacting standards.

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