CPaT Announces New Contract with US-Bangla Airlines and Air Astra
Houston, Texas USA – CPaT Global today announced they have been awarded a new contract with US-Bangla Airlines and Air Astra. CPaT will be providing Aircraft Systems, General Subjects, and its complete Aircraft Procedure Suite for the Boeing B737 NG, Airbus A330-300, and ATR 72-600 fleets. The airlines will also be equipped with CPaT Invent to modify all content and courseware to fit their specific SOPs.
In addition to pilot training, US-Bangla Airlines will be receiving CPaT’s newly released Cabin Crew Training Suite, comprised of Aircraft Systems for Cabin Crew, Cabin Crew Safety and General Subjects, and Interactive 3D Cabin Trainers.
“CPaT is excited to partner with two airlines from the US-Bangla Group, US-Bangla Airlines and Air Astra,” said Capt. Greg Darrow, Vice President of Sales. “We are dedicated to supporting this dynamic airline group by offering a wide range of courses to their team, from comprehensive aircraft systems training for pilots and cabin crew to engaging and interactive 3D trainers.”
US-Bangla Airlines and Air Astra are both based out of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
About US-Bangla Airlines
US-Bangla Airlines is a privately owned Bangladeshi airline headquartered in Dhaka and based at Shahjalal International Airport under the umbrella companies of US-Bangla Group. US-Bangla Airlines commenced operations with domestic flights on 17 July 2014. The airline is the largest private airline in Bangladesh in terms of fleet size and overall, second largest airline after the flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines.
About Air Astra
Astra Airways Limited (dba 'Air Astra’) was incorporated in Bangladesh under the Registrar of Joint-Stock Companies on July 2021. Formed to operate as a scheduled airline for passenger and cargo, Air Astra envisages to become a significant contributor to enhancing the people's connectivity - within Bangladesh and to the world. In 2022 the airline's fleet will stand at 4x ATR72-600 aircraft - the most modern, efficient, and eco-friendly turboprop airplane in production today - to ensure safe and timely journeys. Through 2023 the ATR72-600 fleet is planned to become 10-aircraft strong and from 2024 the airline will expand into international operations to markets with most potential yield and demand. Safety, reliability, and affordability are of top priority at Air Astra at all times, and through its endeavors Air Astra will strive to deliver exactly that...each day, every day.