CPaT Awarded Contract by National Civil Aviation Agency in Brazil

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CPaT Global today announced they were recently awarded a contract by the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC-Brazil) for the provision of distance learning. The contract includes CPaT’s General Subjects library, and Aircraft Systems courses for the ATR 72/42-600, EMB 195, A320, A350, B737NG and B777 fleets.

“We are pleased to have been awarded this contract by ANAC-Brazil,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, CPaT’s Vice President of Sales. “We’re confident that our robust and reliable training solutions will support ANAC’s works to ensure civil aviation safety and security of the audience it serves.”

ANAC is a regulatory agency established to regulate and inspect civil aviation activities as well as aeronautical and airport infrastructure in Brazil. ANAC is responsible for overseeing the Brazilian civil aircraft fleet, one of the largest around the world, with more than 10,000 units flying.

About ANAC-Brazil

ANAC was established in 2005, replacing the Department of Civil Aviation (DAC) as the new National Civil Aviation Authority. The government agency is responsible for the regulation, inspection and certification of aircraft, companies, manufacturers, aircraft maintenance organizations, aerodomes, schools and civil aviation professionals. The agency works to ensure civil aviation safety and security and to improve the quality of services, fostering a competitive market.

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