Most people have no information on how Covid-19 has impacted the aviation industry like Bhanu Choudhrie. The Alpha Aviation Group founder recently talked about how the effects of social distancing and other covid-19 precautions affect the future of aviation.
Alpha Aviation Group is among the world’s renowned pilot training organizations. Bhanu’s knowledge of aviation, healthcare, and hospitality industries offers him great insight into aviation. He knew his company needed to adapt to the changing times when travelers began calling off their flights in March 2020. As a result, AAG came up with an e-learning program to replace the in-person training as they adhere to the pandemic strict restrictions.
According to Bhanu Choudhrie, the goal of the e-learning program was to offer continuity to cadets that are currently finishing their pilot training. AAG often enrolls over 600 to 700 cadets in their training program across the United Arabs Emirates and the Philippines. Those who had registered had paid for in-person pilot training that would last a period of 20 to 30 months. There was no hope of when the in-person pilot training would resume when the pandemic struck in March 2020. Thanks to Bhanu Choudhrie quick actions, flight students could continue learning online and not lose their instruction time.
The Future of Pilot Training
Alpha Aviation Group has been the technology leader, and their response to the pandemic was not different. It came up with an advanced digital-driven approach for training and intended to use it subsequently. The system was a solution to pilots that wanted to fly over 1500 hours per year to retain and get their ATP certificate. Bhanu Choudhrie notes that investing in simulator training when the airlines were not working was necessary to initiate flights to ensure the availability of pilots in the future.
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