Canadian aviation training company CAE has signed a deal with Japan Airlines (JAL) to train its pilots in Tokyo, giving the company presence in a new and potentially fruitful Asia-Pacific market. Pending regulatory approval, JAL will move its entire crew-training operation to a facility jointly owned by JAL and CAE in April 2015. Initially, the new operation will be based at JAL’s own Tokyo training facility. Nick Leontidis, CAE Group President-Civil Simulation Products, Training and ...

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