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CAE operates the world’s largest commercial aircraft training network for pilots, typically training over 75,000 pilots per year.

As a global leader in airline pilot training, we work with international airlines, aircraft manufacturers and global aviation authorities to design the most advanced and effective training programs to meet the needs of pilot professionals in the skies today. CAE’s extensive and continuously growing airline customer base for pilot training solutions is testimony to the success of these endeavours.

We believe that true fidelity is essential for a realistic training experience and this has positioned CAE as the market leaders in the provision of simulation products, from simulation-based laptops and desktop trainers to three-dimensional training devices and Full Flight Simulators. We offer you the benefit of this expertise when you choose to undertake a pilot training program in one of our training centres.
Why Choose CAE
Proven track record in airline pilot training

As the world’s largest airline training network with more than 40 global locations on 6 continents, CAE works with more airlines around the world than any other training organisation. Some of the airline customers that we have worked with in the past for self-sponsored type rating programs include Ryanair, easyJet, IndiGo and Jetstar. We leverage this network gaining valuable customer feedback to ensure that our programs remain on the cutting edge and provide trainee pilots with an authentic learning experience that fully prepares them for taking their seat in the cockpit of a commercial jet. For all your training requirements, through every stage of your pilot career, you can rely on CAE for consistent and standardized training of the highest quality.
Instructor expertise

An advocate. A mentor. A coach. With millions of training hours between them, our instructors provide a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from many years operating as pilots and instructors with airlines around the globe. They have unparalleled expertise and commitment to benefit you throughout your training with CAE. Of particular importance is the fact that we employ instructors who still fly and train with airlines today, thereby ensuring our students receive the most current and relevant expertise in their training.
Value-add training

CAE offers the most comprehensive range of training programs on the widest range of commercial aircraft types globally. This extensive portfolio means we offer more choice to newly-trained and experienced pilots than any other training organisation. In addition, integrated course add-ons further improve your training experience. At selected training centres we offer integrated Multi-Crew Cooperation and Jet Orientation Courses as well as integrated Safety and Emergency Procedures (SEP) training, all of which combine to ensure that our training goes well beyond minimum licensing requirements to fully prepare you for the modern cockpit.

While our training programs are tailored to regional requirements, our customer-centric approach also means that we are continually looking at new ways to add value to our training programs.From integrating computer-based training, to discounted recurrent training packages, CAE strives to give you the best possible value for your investment. When you combine this with CAE’s position as the unsurpassed global leader in pilot placement services, through CAE Parc Aviation, it’s all adds up to the leading type training offering in the industry today.

CAE offers pilots one of the industry’s most advanced and comprehensive type rating training programs, covering a wide spectrum of commercial aircraft types. CAE’s type training programs combine CAE’s innovative methodologies, knowledgeable instructors and advanced simulation technology for a truly unique learning experience. CAE trains pilots using a practical and operationally integrated learning approach with all training carried out using computer-based training tools, flight training devices and Level C and D full-flight simulators.