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GAA collaborates with Simloc for new training solutions

Posted 17 August 2020 · Add Comment

Bahrainís Gulf Aviation Academy (GAA) has signed a strategic collaboration agreement with Spanish simulator manufacturer Simloc to offer greater comprehensive air training solutions jointly.



Above: GAA collaborates with Simloc for new training solutions in Bahrain.
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Gulf Aviation Academy is located within close proximity to Bahrain International Airport, and provides pilots, cabin crew, engineers and air traffic controllers certified training 24 hours a day, every day of the week.

Simloc will establish a new base of operations in Bahrain for business development and R&D projects.

This alliance aims to make Simloc training devices accessible to GAA clients both in Bahrain and in its countries of influence. As a sign of Simloc's high confidence in GAA, the academy will also become the exclusive local and regional business partner (GCC / MENA / ISC), to sell and install its wide range of simulators.

Carlos Pérez, CEO of  Simloc said: “It is an honour and a great challenge for Simloc to have reached this collaboration agreement with an academy as prestigious as GAA. The excellent relationship as suppliers that we have achieved with them now leads to an exciting future project to do business together within an increasingly influential region of the world in the aeronautical sector.

He added: “During the last year, we have had the opportunity of visiting the Kingdom of Bahrein several times. Besides the fantastic warmth and hospitality of the region, we identified an incredible opportunity to bring and develop new technology to be exported worldwide.”

 

 

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