The Alpha Aviation Group (AAG) launches its multi-million dollar training center in the presence of C&C Alpha Group Founder and Director Bhanu Choudrie, Alpha Aviation Group chairman of the Board of Directors Cherian Thomas,  Regional Director for Asia Pacific Christopher Magdangal, DOT Undersecretary for Legal and Special Concerns Edwin Enrile, DOTR Undersecretary Raul del Rosario, BPI Century Tokyo Lease and Finance Corporation vice president and chief operating officer Homer Aniceto. (PNA photo)

Clark Freeport, Pampanga – A global aviation training solutions company based here recently unveiled its US$11-million state-of-the-art flight simulator training center.

The Alpha Aviation Group (AAG) officially unveiled its newest Simulator Training Center Expansion Project, which comes with four additional simulator bays and a brand new A320 Full Flight Simulator version 2.0.

During the unveiling, Bhanu Choudrie, C&C Alpha Group founder and director, stressed that the new investment of AAG aims to train would-be pilots to the highest standards and in the process realize the company’s commitment to the regional airline industry.

C&C Alpha Group is the mother company of AAG and one of the companies the former runs at the Freeport area. 

“We are committed to an ongoing ambitious expansion plan” that’s why he believes that providing world-class facilities is important,” Choudrie said.

He bared that with this sixth simulator, AAG would have the most number of simulators of any pilot training provider in the Philippines.

According to him, the Asia-Pacific airline industry is significantly growing, which increases the demand for commercial pilots as well.

AAG has already trained over 900 pilots from over 40 countries that’s why the new simulator will be a critical asset for the more than 300 students currently taking up courses at AAG. (Jojo Mangahis)