Bhanu Choudhrie is a well-known businessman responsible for leading and was among the founders of C&C Alpha Group. His experience and educational background have made his leadership one be revered and respected in many countries. His company is known for being involved as an angel investor in industries such as real estate, health care, and aviation.
It carefully picks out companies and markets that have growth and expansion capabilities and invests in them to realize mutual benefits and returns. Alpha Aviation Group is one of those companies that C&C Alpha group started in 2006 as a way of investing in the aviation industry.
Alpha Aviation Group
Bhanu Choudhrie had a vision of bringing life into budget airlines. He, therefore, sought to come up with Alpha Aviation Group as a training facility that was responsible for bringing about expert pilots in the industry. He discovered that most budget airlines are financially constrained to come up with training programs that ensure their pilots are equipped.
The company operates in many countries and has invested majorly in-flight simulators. It has a record of training over 1500 pilots across countries in Asia. Bhanu Choudhrie has ensured that he works with governments in order to ensure budget airlines receive the best training they can offer.
Benefits of Alpha Aviation Group
It was one of the first training facilities that offered Multi-Pilot Licensing. MPL made it possible for pilots to train with simulators, which effectively reduced the training hours’ time. This meant that budget airlines that partnered with Alpha Aviation Group took a maximum of two years to complete training, which was less than the traditional five-year training. This would lead to an eventual increase in the number of flights.
Additionally, Bhanu Choudhrie introduced safety programs through Alpha Aviation Group that ensured safety standards for pilots. As opposed to the traditional training where pilots were gradually introduced to more advanced planes, Alpha Aviation Group ensures they are trained with jets.
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