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        Airbus Asia training centre

        Airbus Asia training centre

        Airbus Customer Services

        Serving Asia-Pacific

        Located at Singapore’s Seletar Aerospace Park, the Airbus Asia Training Centre offers pilot type-rating and recurrent training courses for all in-production Airbus jetliner variants. It will have the capacity to offer courses for more than 10,000 trainees annually, becoming Airbus’ largest flight crew training facility when fully operational in 2019.??

        This joint-venture, owned 55 per cent by Airbus and 45 per cent by Singapore Airlines, is housed in a 9,250-square metre facility and developed with a $100 million (U.S.) investment in building and simulators. Its initial instructor base is drawn from the resources of Airbus and Singapore Airlines, with the facility’s employees growing to 50 instructors and 20 support staff by 2019.?

        The centre operates eight full-flight simulators for the A350 XWB, A380, A330 and A320. It is home to the largest number of simulators worldwide for Airbus’ next-generation A350 XWB jetliner.

        To date, AATC has trained more than 600 A350 XWB flight crew members from 18 airlines in the Asia region, as well as from Europe and the Middle East. More than 50 airlines already have signed up for its comprehensive and customised training services across the Airbus jetliner product line.

        Reaching new horizons together: Airbus Asia Training Centre

         

        Flight training approvals

        Flight training at the Singapore facility meets the regulatory requirements of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the Brazil’s Agencia Nacional de Avia??o Civil (ANAC), Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (FATA), Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV), and Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA), Civil Aviation of Brunei Darussalam and the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) Malaysia.

        Available training devices

        A320 Family

        A330

        A380

        A350 XWB

        2 FFS 2 FFS 1 FFS 3 FFS
        Standard 1.9.0
        Standard 1.9.0

        Standard 2.4.0

        Standard 1.2.0

        Standard 1.0.0
        Standard 1.0.0
        APT trainer

         APT trainer

         APT trainer

         APT trainer

        Contacts

        Visit?Airbus Services?for?detailed information about setting up a training opportunity at the Airbus training centre in Singapore.?

        Email:?contact.info.aatc@airbus.com?(General Enquiries)
        Email:?contact.sales.aatc@airbus.com (Training Enquiries)

        Airbus Asia Training Centre
        12 Seletar Aerospace Crescent
        Singapore 797566

        Training centre network

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        Visit services.airbus.com

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