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TAG extends pilot training agreement with CAE until 2025
TAG pilots will continue to receive customised instruction on a number of aircraft types at CAE centres in Dallas, Montreal, London and Dubai for three more years following an extension to the companies' agreement.
TAG commercial director Simon Bambridge; CAE head of sales Sreeja Sawant; CAE group president, civil aviation Nick Leontidis; TAG Europe CEO Joanne Goodall; CAE president and CEO Marc Parent; TAG Europe head of training and standards Andrew Kilvington; CAE VP, business aviation and helicopter training Alexandre Prévost; and CAE regional sales managers, business aviation training Kirstie Woodall and Camilla Tsz Wai Yiu.
Read this story in our June 2022 printed issue.

TAG Aviation has signed a three year extension to its pilot training agreement with CAE.

“Safety is TAG Aviation's number one priority, and CAE's training gives our pilots the knowledge and confidence to deliver the peace of mind our customers expect when they fly with us,” says head of training and standards Andrew Kilvington. “The quality of CAE's training and its global training network have made it a trusted partner since 2010.”

As part of this agreement, TAG Aviation pilots will receive customised training on the Airbus A320, Challenger 604, Challenger 605, Global 7500, Global Express, Global Vision, Global 6500, Falcon 2000EX EASy, Falcon 7X EASy II, Gulfstream 450/550 and Gulfstream 650 at CAE Dallas, CAE Montreal, CAE London Burgess Hill and CAE Dubai business aviation training centres.

“CAE is in the business of enhancing human performance and operational safety with the most innovative technology, and we are happy that TAG Aviation continues to place its confidence in us for its pilot training,” says group president, civil aviation Nick Leontidis. “We have a valued relationship with TAG Aviation, and it can count on us to provide the industry-leading training experience it has come to expect from CAE.”

CAE is the exclusive training provider of TAG Aviation's entities in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

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