Alpha Aviation Group unveils $11m simulator training center in Clark

Mabalacat City— Leading global pilot training provider in Clark Freeport, the Alpha Aviation Group, has unveiled on Friday its $11 million state-of-the-art simulator and training center.

The multi-million investment houses four additional simulator bays, including the brand new Airbus320 Flight Simulator version 2.0.

Airbus320 FSS is the newest addition to AAG’s current fleet of flight simulation training devices, making it the biggest in the Philippines.

C&C Alpha Group Founder and Executive Director Bhanu Choudhrie.
–Photo by Deng Pangilinan

C&C Alpha Group Founder and Executive Director Bhanu Choudhrie said the increasing number of air travelers means high demand on airplanes and commercial pilots.

“This is why we are committed to an ongoing ambitious plan – to ensure world-class facilities where as many cadets can learn to fly as possible and industry demand can be met,” Choudhrie said in his speech.

“This will also enable 300 enrollees to train to the highest standards and demonstrated our ongoing commitment to the regional airline industry,” he emphasized.

The new Airbus320 Fligh Simulator Version 2.0. –Photo by Deng Pangilinan

He was joined by Alpha Aviation Group Chairman of the Board Cherian Thomas, Asia Pacific Regional Director Christopher Magdangal, Department of Tourism Undersecretary for Legal and Special Concerns Atty. Edwin Enrile, Department of Transportation Transport Security Administrator Raul del Rosario, BPI Century Tokyo Lease and Finance Corporation VP Chief Operating Officer Homer Aniceto in the inauguration ceremony.

Choudhrie expressed thanks to corporate partners Philippine Airlines, PAL Express, Cebu Pacific, Air Asia, Air Arabia, Pan Pacific, Royal Air, SeAir and VietJet, BPI, BDO, RCBC and Maybank, and the members of the media for the unwavering support.

AAG is a provider of aviation training solutions  specializing in cadet assessment, selection type ratings, and ab initio training programs.

To date, Alpha Aviation Group has trained more than 900 pilots from 40 nations, of which 20% are women.

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