Pier Seven Aviation believes it is the right time to invest in its pilot training infrastructure – announcing a 4-bay simulator training center expansion in the United Arab Emirates, as well as training offering extending to include simulator pilot training solutions in the United Kingdom
Middle East pilot training organization P7 Aviation continues with its initiative to expand its global training infrastructure, seeking to further support airlines and individual pilots from all across the globe by announcing a new state-of-the-art 4-bay simulator training center development, adding to its existing 3 bay simulator training center in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
This expansion follows the recent investment P7 Aviation made in a Boeing 747 Full Flight Simulator which joined its Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 Full Flight Simulator training capabilities in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
Additionally, P7 Aviation announces its expanded training location capacity in being able to provide Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 Full Flight Simulator training solutions to airlines and individuals through its location in London, United Kingdom (Quadrant Pilot).
Khushbeg Jattana, Chief Executive Officer of P7 Aviation commented “The global pandemic has resulted in a lot of airlines not being able to reach their pilot training requirements and physical installations and training centers. We believe that the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom represent two critical locations which will recover at a faster pace as compared to certain other regions around the world. Both the UAE and the UK were already popular pilot training destinations before the pandemic and we feel that this preference will grow stronger as both countries emerge from pandemic restrictions. The 4-bay simulator training center expansion of our existing facilities is a significant investment made by P7 Aviation and is a further commitment toward making the United Arab Emirates a global pilot training destination!”
The Group infrastructure will now be able to offer airlines and individuals pilot training courses on the following aircraft types: Airbus A320, Boeing B737NG, Boeing B737 Classic and Boeing B747. The devices are all EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) approved and used by a wide range of airlines, airline pilots and commercial pilot license holders.
Source: P7 Aviation Press Release dated 15 August 2021.
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