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Cabair to use BA simulator for JOC

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Cabair International Aviation will use a 737-500 Simulator at the British Airways Flight Training facilities at London Heathrow Airport to deliver the Jet Orientation Course (JOC) that forms the final part of their 15 month Integrated airline pilot programme.

Cabair have negotiated use of the Full Motion device at Cranebank through their intermediary partner Flight Level 500 who also provide all Cabair students with complete pilot mentoring services. The impressive simulator is classified as a Category D device upon which type ratings can also be delivered.

“We are very excited to be using BA Flight Training’s simulator at Cranebank. Our new 20 hour JOC on this device will give our students invaluable experience of handling a modern commercial airliner and will really enhance their chances of employment,” Cabair’s CEO Andy Cruise told Pilot Career News.

“With our ultra-modern glass cockpit fleet of aircraft and simulators and our recent innovative new iPad2 system for theoretical training, this is the latest improvement to our already highly regarded Integrated Programme.”

For further information about the new Cabair JOC and the Integrated Programme, visit www.cabair.com