CPaT Sees Airline Industry Recovery through Increased Pilot Training Demand

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CPaT Global sees signs of industry recovery as evidenced by growing demand for aviation training distance learning.

“CPaT has closed 28 new client contracts and existing client upgrade contracts in the last 60 days,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, CPaT’s Vice President of Sales. “This kind of demand even in the best of times would be extremely positive for CPaT, let alone on the backend of a global pandemic. We’re optimistic about what the future holds for the aviation industry overall.”

While there are projections for travel demand to pick up by summer, CPaT sees signs of recovery with increased training contracts as airlines begin to recall pilots in preparation for the surge in summer flying.

“We’re very proud of a successful 2021 thus far, but more excited about the underlying implications of an increased demand in distance learning,” added Capt. Darrow. “These unprecedented times have been a global challenge, and the aviation industry is no exception. We look forward to a full recovery and are here to support Airlines, Airline Training Organizations, and Type Rating Training Organizations with all of their training needs.”

CPaT provides the most comprehensive portfolio of distance learning on the market, including more than 100 Aircraft Systems courses and Interactive Diagrams, 40+ General Subjects courses covering FAA, EASA, and ICAO regulations, realistic Aircraft Procedures training including FMS Skills training, 3-D Cockpit flow and Walk Around training, and CPaT Invent—a dynamic content design platform that allows trainers to truly tailor their curriculum while leveraging all of CPaT’s courseware and aviation asset library.

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