CPAT Announces Contract with Flight Simulator Provider SIMAERO

CPaT Global today announced they have been awarded a new contract with SIMAERO’s approved Training Organization. CPaT will be providing Aircraft Systems courses for their Airbus, ATR, and Boeing fleets.

“CPaT is pleased to offer courseware for SIMAERO’S EASA approved training on our most popular fleets – Airbus, Boeing, as well as ATR,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “CPaT’s Aircraft Systems courses are highly visual, interactive, and approved by most regulatory authorities around the world.”

SIMAERO’s approved Training Organization is headquartered in Paris, France and is certified by EASA as well as other civil aviation authorities in the surrounding region.

SIMAERO is a global, independent provider of flight simulator training to airlines, training organizations and commercial pilots. The group operates 18 full flight simulators between France, South Africa and China and provides services to over 200 civil and military clients from more than 80 countries. Headquartered in Paris, France, SIMAERO’s Approved Training Organization for pilots is certified by EASA as well as by many other civil aviation authorities. Our full flight simulators and training solutions cover a comprehensive range of aircraft types including Airbus A320, A330, A340, A350; Boeing 737, B757, B767, B777, B787; ATR 500, 600; ERJ 145; Beech 1900; Dash 8; MD80/82; Fokker 100.

Source: CPaT Press Release

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