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CPaT expands presence in the African region with Libyan Airline, Ghadames Air

Apr 02, 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 Ghadames Air. CPaT will be providing Ghadames Air with their Aircraft Systems courses and library of General subjects for the Boeing B737 Classic and Boeing B777 fleets, along with their Cabin Crew Training Suite which includes Boeing B777 Aircraft Systems for Cabin Crew and Cabin Crew Safety and General Subjects.

“As the leading provider of aviation distance learning in Libya and the African region, CPaT is excited to announce our new agreement to support the professional pilots and cabin crew of Ghadames Air,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “Through providing their flight operations team with high-quality and interactive learning, we are committed to supporting Ghadames Air's success as they expand their airline.”

Ghadames Air is based out of Tripoli, Libya.

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