Arabian Jets, a private aircraft management company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and CAE announced today at the Dubai Airshow that they have entered into a long-term agreement, for pilot training services on eight business aircraft types. The training will be conducted at Emirates-CAE Flight Training (ECFT) in Dubai, UAE, and other locations in the CAE global training network.
Arabian Jets aircraft types include Bombardier Challenger 300 and Challenger 850, Gulfstream GIV and G550, Hawker Beechcraft Beechjet 400, Hawker 900XP, King Air C90/B200 and King Air 350. Training will include initial and recurrent courses as well as various CAE advanced airmanship and e-Learning subjects.
"Our mission requires the highest standards of aviation safety, and that includes training our pilots with the latest advanced technology simulators and highest-quality instructors," said Captain Muntaser Alghosson, Arabian Jets Chief Operating Officer. "CAE is a world-class organization, and they provide the training resources we need across our fleet."
"Arabian Jets specializes in providing tailored private aviation solutions to their clients, and we look forward to delivering training that is targeted to their unique needs," said Camille Mariamo, Managing Director of ECFT. "CAE and ECFT have been serving the business aviation community in the Middle East for nearly a decade, continuously enhancing safety and operational efficiency for our clients."
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