CPaT Announces Robust Air Tanzania Contract
CPaT Global today announced they have been awarded a new contract by Air Tanzania for the provision of distance learning solutions, including Aircraft Systems courses, Interactive Diagrams, Aircraft Procedures, CPaT’s General Subjects library, and Invent, CPaT’s new, software development platform. Air Tanzania will use CPaT’s curriculum to train on the A320, Q300, Q400, and B787 fleets.
“We are very excited to be providing our comprehensive portfolio of distance learning to Air Tanzania, “ said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales, CPaT. “They will have everything they need at their fingertips to provide enhanced, reliable training – including the ability to self-edit and modify our courses and their own content through CPaT Invent.”
About Air Tanzania
Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL), the national airline of Tanzania and a proud member of IATA, is based in Dar es Salaam with its hub at Julius Nyerere International Airport. ATCL was established in 1977 following the dissolution of East African Airways and has also been a member of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) since its inception.
ATCL is a government owned airline with a total of eight aircrafts in its fleet: Four Dash 8-Q400, two Airbus A220-300, and two Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. There are plans to integrate the Dash 8-Q300 that is in maintenance into the current fleet taking the total to nine aircrafts by June 2021. An additional Dash 8-Q400 and two more Airbus A220-300 are expected to be delivered by July 2021, taking the total number of aircrafts to 12.
Air Tanzania’s young fleet of sustainable aircraft has enabled it to maintain its position as the leading airline in Tanzania providing extensive domestic connectivity with over 38 weekly flights to more than 15 destinations.