CPaT Announces New Contract with One of Africa’s Leading Airline
CPaT Global, the world’s leading provider of distance learning for the airline and aviation industry, today announced they have been awarded a new contract with leading African airline, TAAG Angolan Airlines. CPaT will be providing Enhanced Tailored Aircraft System Courses for the B737-700, B777-200ER, B777-300ER, and Bombardier DHC-8/Q400 fleets. Additionally, TAAG will be using Cabin Crew Aircraft Systems courses for the B737 and CPaT’s portfolio of Cabin Crew Safety courses. All of these courses are being customized to match TAAG’s Standard Operating Procedures and Aircraft Configurations.
“TAAG is a seasoned airline with over 70 years of airline operations and training experience,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “CPaT is proud to partner with TAAG to provide continued training innovation with our courses that are rich in content, interactive, and tailored to their fleet types. We are also excited to work with their professional flight attendants by providing our newest portfolio of courses for Cabin Crew training.”
TAAG is based out of Luanda, Angola.
CPaT Global, LLC (CPaT) is the market leader in distance learning for the aviation industry. CPaT delivers software-as-a-service applications to more than 300 global aviation customers, serving 100,000+ individual users, and providing over 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.
TAAG is a state-owned airline and flag carrier of Angola. Based in Luanda, the airline operates domestic services within Angola, medium-haul services in Africa, and long-haul services to Brazil, Cuba, and Portugal. TAAG presents itself as a leading company for modernization of aerial transportation in Angola, through a reliable and financially sustainable operation that promotes Angola’s image all around the world. The airline was originally set up by the government as DTA – Divisão dos Transportes Aéreos in 1938, rechristened TAAG Angola Airlines in 1973, and gained flag carrier status in 1975. It is now a member of both the International Air Transport Association and the African Airlines Association.
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