CAE sells three simulators to Lion Air
March 15, 2010, Montreal - Canadian flight simulator and training company CAE says it has sold three full-flight simulators to Lion Air in Indonesia for $38 million.
March 15, 2010 By The Canadian Press
The Montreal-based company said Monday that under the deal it will provide one simulator for the ATR72-500 aircraft and the other two for the Boeing 737-900ER.
The agreement also includes two CAE Simfinity Integrated Procedures Trainers (IPT).
The Boeing simulators, and the trainers, will be delivered in 2011 and the other simulator will arrive at a later date, the company said.
"We are delighted that Lion Air has again placed their confidence in CAE's advanced technology flight simulation solutions,'' said Jeff Roberts, CAE's group president of civil
simulation products, training and services.
"Lion Air has been one of the fast-growing carriers in the region, and we look forward to meeting their pilot training needs as they further expand their fleet.''