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Oman Aviation Academy selects Diamond DA40 NG and DA42-VI fleet

Posted 15 November 2019 · Add Comment

Oman Aviation Academy (a CAE Authorised Training Centre) has signed a contract with Diamond Aircraft for the purchase of eight aircraft – including six single-engine DA40 NG and two twin-engine DA42-VI – with an option to add 16 more.


Capt Abdullah Murad Al Bulushi, CEO, Oman Aviation Academy said: “We are glad to sign this agreement and establish this long-term partnership with Diamond Aircraft. Oman Aviation Academy (OAA) is the first aviation training academy in Oman aims to provide the highest standard of training for civil and military market. Our vision is to make OAA the future hub for aviation training in the region. This can only be achieved by providing the highest quality of training and using the best training equipment. Therefore, we selected Diamond’s DA40 NG and DA42-VI because they are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and are recognized globally as one of the best aircraft types for pilot training.”

Deliveries of the first aircraft will start in the first quarter of 2020.

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