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KNO seeks to plug training gaps

21st September 2017 - 11:16 GMT | by Beth Maundrill in London

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The UK continues to retire its C-130J Super Hercules MoD and is looking to sell the older aircraft to nations which could now be left with a capability gap due to lack of training.

With this in mind British-based company, KNO, is positioning itself to provide the new owners of these aircraft with the relevant training for pilots, maintenance and load master personnel.

The company, led by ex-military members, already has already built a strong portfolio in the Middle East, providing training solutions to Oman and the Gulf region.

For Oman the company is providing a Night Vision Goggle (NVG)

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