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CAE partners with Jazz Air on technical training
CAE has signed a technical training and courseware agreement with Jazz Air, which operates the Air Canada Jazz brand. Under the agreement, Jazz maintenance training programmes will be licensed to CAE and deliverable anywhere in the world, expanding CAE's commercial type training programme portfolio.
"CAE aligned itself with Jazz because of their significant operational know-how that brings line-experience to the programs and in turn to CAE customers," said Jeff Roberts, CAE's group president, civil products and training & services.
Through this agreement, CAE will offer classroom-based courses, some of which feature CAE Simfinity two-dimensional virtual maintenance trainers, covering various maintenance type-rating requirements for the CRJ100/200, CRJ700 and CRJ900, and the Dash 8-100 and -300 aircraft. CAE will also gain access to an expanded and experienced instructor pool.
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