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CPaT Global to provide Distance Learning Solutions for EgyptAir

Posted 3 November 2017 · Add Comment

CPaT Global has been selected by EgyptAir to provide tailored Distance Learning Solutions for the pilot training needs of EgyptAir and EgyptAir Express as well as its cargo carrier and training academy.

The airline will employ CPaT’s Learning Management System (LMS) to provide classroom and mobile training for its Airbus A320 family, A330, Embraer 170, Boeing 737NG and Boeing 777 pilots.

Captain Moataz M. Refaat, EgyptAir’s Manager of Ground and Simulator Training, said: “EgyptAir employs over 1000 pilots flying five different aircraft types. As we approach a new era, the company is growing and expanding, management is embracing new technology and methods to enhance training through CPaT Distance Learning and LMS, which provide a good solution for our pilots and dispatchers. The Computer Based Training addresses both our operational training needs as well as IT demands.”

“CPaT is pleased to have been chosen to support EgyptAir, the flag carrier airline of Egypt,” said Captain Greg Darrow, CPaT Global’s VP Sales and Marketing. “EgyptAir has implemented CPaT’s advanced Distance Learning Solutions including the Airbus A320 family, A330, Boeing 737NG and Boeing 777 systems courses, LMS tools, dynamic exam generator system and the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737NG and Boeing 777 interactive classroom. EgyptAir’s commitment to advanced training solutions provides pilots with the best quality A320, A330, B737NG and Boeing 777 training while allowing pilots to study anywhere on any device.”

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