Provider of Distance Learning Solutions for Airlines Secures New Contract With Brazilian Airline
CPaT Global, the world’s leading provider of distance learning for the airline and aviation industry, announced they have been awarded a new contract with Total Linhas Aéreas, a regional carrier in Brazil. CPaT will be providing Aircraft Systems Courses and Interactive Diagrams for the Boeing 737 Classic, ATR42-500, and ATR72-600, along with CPaT’s portfolio of Aviation Specialty courses (General Subjects).
“CPaT is proud to support Total Linhas and their growth as an airline,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “CPaT provides aviation distance learning to the majority of airlines in Brazil, and this contract further strengthens our position in the region.”
Total Linhas Aéreas is based out of Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
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 250 global aviation customers, serving 65,000+ individual users, and providing over one 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.
About Total Linhas Aéreas
Total Linhas Aéreasa holds a long diverse history from its founding in 1988, but it was from 2001 that Total made its biggest evolutionary leap. By filling a gap left by large companies, the company initiated air links between capitals and cities in the interior of the country, taking to another level the concept of regional aviation in Brazil. From the route connecting two cities (Belo Horizonte and Montes Claros, both in Minas Gerais) in December 2001, the company reached, in December 2007, the mark of 29 Brazilian cities served*, transporting an average of 450,000 passengers/year through 8 Brazilian states. Total was also elected, for two consecutive years, the best regional airline in Brazil, a title granted by the specialized press. In 2008, in order to make possible success in an increasingly competitive and globalized economy, Total transferred its asset slated for the regular line of passengers to third parties, rescuing its vocation as a cargo company and using, with wisdom, the know-how accumulated in years of passenger operations. Currently, Total is dedicated exclusively to corporate transportation (charters) of people and cargo, again occupying a large gap existing in the air transport industry in Brazil.
Source: CPaT Press Release
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