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CPaT announces new contract with Nigerian airline, Arik Air

Apr 03, 2024

CPaT Global, the world’s leading provider of distance learning for the airline and aviation industry, today announced they have been awarded a new contract with Arik Air. In this collaboration, CPaT will provide Arik Air pilots with their Boeing B737-800 and Bombardier DHC-8/Q400 Aircraft Systems and General Subjects. This offering will be complemented by CPaT's full suite of Aircraft Procedures, inclusive of their FMS Skills Trainer, 3D Cockpit Trainer, and 3D Walk Around Trainer. Additionally, CPaT will provide Arik Air's cabin crew with their Cabin Crew Training Suite for their Boeing B737-800 fleet.

“CPaT is excited to collaborate with Arik Air to provide essential training solutions for their pilots and cabin crew,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “This partnership emphasizes our commitment to delivering advanced distance learning products, aimed at supporting Arik Air’s operational excellence and safety standards.”

Arik Air is based out of Lagos, Nigeria.

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