Alpha Aviation Group looks forward to make major investments in South-Asian Airline Industry

Alpha Aviation Group (AAG), part of Bhanu Choudhrie’s C&C Alpha Group, is a leading aviation training solution program for airlines across the world. The Group is looking forward to investing in advanced training infrastructure through one of its aviation platforms in Philippines.

AAG will be soon start an aviation training program for cadets on a state of the art Airbus A320 fixed based simulator – acquired from manufacturer Multi Pilot simulation.

Bhanu Choudhrie

Getting MPS advanced A320 fixed based simulator on board included a multi-million dollar deal, and it is the first time such a deal has been signed in the South-East Asian region. The simulator has all the functions of the real A320 aircraft. It is an exciting addition to existing training infrastructure. The simulator has now become a leading choice for many regional carriers like Air Asia, Cebu Pacific, and Philippine Airlines.

A320 will be used as a training tool from November onwards. The growth of Airline industry in the South-East Asian market has been tremendous in past few years. According to Boeing’s forecast, almost 617,000 will be required globally by 2034 and 284,000 pilots will be acquired by the South-East Asian market alone. Leading industry players in the aviation industry have also been investing in the market from past few years. Alpha aviation is looking forward to assist regional airlines who are planning to expand their horizons in the coming years. The latest investment by AAG group shows that they are interested in giving their support to the regional airlines.

Regional airlines are also being invited by AAG on the launch of their official simulator in the month of November. Interested parties can contact at partnership@aag.aero.

Alpha Aviation Group’s Regional Director Cristopher Magdangal said “The acquisition of a new MPS Fixed Based Devise is a manifestation of Alpha Aviation Group’s firm commitment to deliver quality training to its customers.”

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