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Innotech-Execaire meets regulatory requirements with CAE software
CAE will link IEAG's Execaire and Image Air Charter operations in a unified software ecosystem to streamline pilot engagement, provide training visibility and compliance with new fatigue management rules for operators.
Marc Parent, CEO of CAE, Michael Fedele, president of Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group, Nick Leontidis, group president of civil aviation at CAE and Frederic Morais, head of CAE flight services.

Canada's Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group has selected CAE's digital ecosystem to improve the efficiency of its operations, marking Innotech-Execaire as the launch partner for CAE's suite of digital services in the business aviation market.

CAE will link IEAG's Execaire and Image Air Charter branded operations and pilots in a unified software ecosystem to streamline pilot engagement, provide visibility for training and ensure compliance with new fatigue management rules for business jet operators. IEAG will also work alongside CAE as it invests in digital solutions.

“We are pleased to have found in CAE a partner to streamline our systems, ensure compliance with new regulations and support our innovation strategy for future operations,” says Michael Fedele, president, Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group. “As Canada's longest-serving and prestigious corporate aircraft company, we have a long history working alongside CAE from training to operations, and we are excited to get a voice in the future digital solutions as a foundation lab partner.”

“We're thrilled to welcome IEAG as a foundation business jet partner for our crew performance digital ecosystem,” says Nick Leontidis, CAE's group president, civil aviation training solutions. “As the business aviation market comes back stronger than ever, innovative operators like IEAG are looking to digital transformation as a way to scale through technology, ensure brilliant service and safety is always paramount, and look toward the future of more productive, efficient and sustainable service.”

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