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Arab Wings expands ECFT training services

Posted 2 December 2015 · Add Comment

Arab Wings and Emirates-CAE Flight Training (ECFT) have signed a five-year business aviation training agreement for Arab Wings to expand its training programme with ECFT from three to 11 aircraft types.

"We have had a very productive relationship with Emirates-CAE Flight Training for the last four years," said Ahmad Abu Ghazaleh, CEO of Arab Wings. "Based on the strength of our training experience we were very comfortable expanding the relationship to the rest of our fleet and consolidating our entire training under one provider." 

Walter Visser, Emirates-CAE Flight Training managing director added: "We are proud to expand our training partnership with Arab Wings," said "We look forward to continuing to provide the high-quality training and customer service they have come to expect over the course of this agreement."

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