CPaT Announces New Contract with Neos SpA
Houston, Texas USA – 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 Neos SpA. CPaT will be providing Neos with Aircraft System Courses, General Subjects, Aircraft Procedures, and its new Cabin Crew Training Suite for their Boeing B737-800, Boeing 737 MAX, and Boeing B787-9 fleets.
“CPaT is excited to provide Neos with pilot training and our new Cabin Crew Training Suite,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “Our robust portfolio will provide high-quality and interactive training content and ensure their pilots and in-flight teams receive premium training solutions.”
“During COVID-19, a lesson learned was the necessity to be flexible and to rely on dependable, professional solutions for our pilots and flight attendants training,” said Davide Borsotti, Head of Training. “CPaT is just that; professional training courses, interactive and highly customizable that can be delivered either in-house or as e-learning, that are able to enhance each trainee professionally while optimizing efficiency and reducing training cost.”
Neos is based out of Somma Lombardo, Italy.
About Neos SpA
Characterized by a consistent mission to offer the market a high-quality air transport activity both in flight and on land, Neos was born in June 2001. Neos is the only Italian air carrier authorized to fly the route Italy-Cape Verde, followed by routes to the Canary Islands in August 2003 and to numerous important holiday destinations in the Mediterranean in the summer of 2004. Long haul flights started in December 2004. Neos has been the first Italian airline to be certified JAR OPS since its inception. It carries out technical maintenance on its aircrafts and other carriers’, with its own Personnel, at the Milan Malpensa airport applying what is provided for on the matter by the JAR 145. At its headquarters, it carries out training programs for pilots and flight assistants on Boeing 737-800 and 787-9 following the TRTO certificate that was awarded in September 2002. Neos owns its bases at the airports of Milan Malpensa, Verona and Bologna, from all of which it operates daily regular flights and charter flights.