New program launched to train 200 cadets for Air Algérie

October 10, 2014

CAE OAA announced that it has signed a contract with Air Algérie to train 200 new cadets for the airline on an Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) training program over the next four years. The cadet training will be delivered in Oxford, UK and Phoenix, USA. The first course is scheduled to start in early 2015 with additional courses commencing at four to six month intervals thereafter.
“We are proud that Air Algérie has selected CAE OAA to deliver this comprehensive ATPL program to train its new cadets,” said Nick Leontidis, Group President, Civil Simulation and Training, CAE. “We look forward to working closely with Air Algérie over the next four years to train its future pilots to the highest quality standards.”
Cadets will be selected jointly by Air Algérie and CAE OAA’s assessment centre before they start the ATPL ground theory training phase in Oxford. After the ground school phase, the Air Algérie cadets will start their foundation flight training in Phoenix before returning to Oxford to complete the advanced Instrument Rating, Multi-Crew Co-Operation and Jet Orientation phases.