CAE and the Saudi National Company of Aviation (SNCA) announced today at the 2019 Dubai Air Show the expansion of their training relationship with the signature of an exclusive 15-year training center operations services agreement and the provision of one Airbus A320...
We had the opportunity to visit CAE during Aerospace Week in Montreal and observe first hand their innovations in training, including flying their latest A350 full motion simulator. Since our last visit, there have been a number of changes at CAE. The company, which...
In its quest to train more airline pilots, Airbus has started offering ab-initio courses for young and aspiring pilots at its Flight Academy in France. The first group will start by the end of April. The rapid growth of commercial aviation combined with the retirement...
CAE released its first CAE Airline Pilot Demand Outlook which provides a 10-year forecast for pilot demand. It can be downloaded here. The report exposes a global requirement for 255,000 new airline pilots over the next 10 years to sustain the growth of the...
In a previous story we wrote about the growing demand for pilots. The demand is real and well documented. But what about the other side of the equation? Where will these pilots come from? In its recently released study, Boeing notes a demand for 617,000 airline...
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