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CAE and Loganair launch graduate pilot programme

Posted 29 October 2019 · Add Comment

CAE announced today the launch of the Loganair Graduate Pilot Programme and the signing of a new three-year pilot training contract with Loganair.



Above: CAE is Loganair’s pilot training provider for Embraer ERJ145 (above), SAAB 340 and SAAB 2000 and ATR 42/72 platforms.
Courtesy Loganair .


The announcement was made during the 2019 European Aviation Training Symposium (EATS).
 
"The launch of Loganair’s Graduate Pilot Programme is a great opportunity for aspiring professional airline pilots" said Maurice Boyle, Chief Operations Officer at Loganair. “Quality training is extremely important for Loganair and we are setting up this programme to further build on our strong foundation of service excellence and aviation safety.

"Through our partnership with CAE, we are giving pilots access to the highest standard of training from the very beginning of their flying career.”
 
"Loganair graduates will be on the fast-track to success as they launch their careers in aviation,” said Nick Leontidis, CAE’s Group President, Civil Aviation Training Solutions. “Training partnerships such as this one bring innovative pilot solutions to the industry. CAE’s forward-thinking approach will create excellent opportunities for Loganair and we congratulate our airline partner for its continued success.”


 
 

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