AINalerts » May 17, 2012

May 17, 2012 - 1:40pm

Flight training provider CAE has expanded its network of instruction centers to 42 with the acquisition of Oxford Aviation Academy. Through the $309 million purchase, the Canadian company adds seven civil aviation training centers in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, the UK and Hong Kong, in the process gaining 40 full-flight and 27 cabin-crew simulators. CAE also gains four ab initio flight academies in the U.S., UK Australia and Hong Kong equipped with 88 airplanes. Over the past 50 years, Oxford’s academies have trained more than 26,000 pilots.

May 17, 2012 - 1:35pm

At EBACE this week, TrueNorth Avionics introduced its TrueNorth Stylus, the industry’s first multilingual handset, as well as a MyStylus business aviation telecommunications app for the Apple iPhone, both of which will be available next month. The Canadian connectivity provider also announced that Amac Aerospace of Switzerland and L-3’s platform integration division in Texas for VIP bizliner applications have selected its scalable Simphonē OpenCabin airborne telecom

 

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