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CAE Expands Cadet Training Capabilities In Europe

Opens A New Flight Training Location Based In Oslo, Norway

CAE is expanding its training capability in Europe with a new flight training location based in Oslo, Norway.

“This expansion of our global training network will support the impressive pilot demand of airlines and operators based in the region – we estimate that there will be a need for more than 90,000 new professional pilots in Europe, Middle East, and Africa over the next decade,’’ said Nick Leontidis, CAE's Group President, Civil Aviation Training Solutions.

With this expansion, CAE will now be delivering pilot creation programs at CAE Oslo, adding to its existing cadet training capability in Brussels, Belgium; Madrid, Spain and Oxford, UK. This additional aspiring pilot training location will further allow CAE to meet the pilot creation needs of airlines and will offer aspiring pilots in the region a new Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) program.

Aspiring pilots enrolled at CAE Oslo, will have the opportunity to finance their training through the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund, provided by Lånekassen, a government owned financial institution focused exclusively on providing student loans.

CAE Oslo will now offer complete cadet-to-captain training as it already serves the growing pilot training needs of multiple Scandinavian airlines with its modern classrooms, six full-flight simulators including two Boeing 737NGs, a King Air B200 and a B250, a De Havilland Canada Dash 8, and a Sikorsky S92 as well as one Boeing 737NG flight training device and cabin trainer.

(Source: CAE news release. Image from file)

FMI: www.cae.com
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