Bhanu Choudhrie initiated Alpha Aviation Group, a company that specializes in simulator pilot training. The industry responds slowly to change. However, the crisis is making the industry adjust quicker than usual.
Alpha Aviation Group leads in innovation because it has come up with a new simulator-driven strategy that eases pilot training for commercial activities. It was in 2006 that Bhanu Choudhrie created Alpha Aviation Group hoping to realize cost-effective means of equipping pilots to fly the budget airlines.
The airlines are devoid of financial resources to have formidable training programs, and so forced to outsource professional services. Therefore, AAG became among the companies to provide MPL while sector regulators approved. This system uses simulators, unlike traditional training, therefore, lowering the overall inflight- training time.
Bhanu Choudhrie claims that the tremendous reduction in time enables AAG to realize the airlines’ budget demands by training the pilots based on the increasing fleet size. This program means that the pilots will not take over two years in training, and so the charges decrease as well. AAG’s training approach better safety conditions for the upcoming pilots.
The other programs start with the smaller planes to enable pilots to understand the fundamental concepts and later advance to the larger ones. Later, the pilots are exposed to passenger planes, and this strategy is beneficial since the advancement comes with an increase in technological levels.
A more compressed MPL system made AAG buy more flight simulators, and this has rewarded them a great deal. The firm has 11 simulators, and another one in the Philippines was added. The company has served at least 1,700 Asian pilots and others in UAE.
The company’s program has cadets working in about 40 countries. Bhanu Choudhrie says that AAG has come up with some innovations that have revolved around the entire pilot training sector because the traditional methods are outdated.