Bhanu Choudhrie is the president and chief executive officer of Alpha Aviation Group, a company dealing with simulation training for commercial pilots. The aviation industry is known for its slowness to adapt to changes in the market. Still, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced them to adapt to changes very quickly than how they usually do. The Alpha Aviation Group is among the leading innovation companies with the first digital self-driven simulators to train commercial pilots. Bhanu formed the company in 2006. It resulted in being a cost-effective investment as it taught the flying pilots within their budget.
Most airlines at that moment when the company was founded lacked financial resources to have a well-equipped training program, forcing them to outsource most of their training. When the sector regulators approved, Bhanu Choudhrie’s company was among the first aviation training industry to offer a Multi-pilot License (MPL). Multi-Pilot uses simulators more than the traditional methods, making it an influential model because it reduces the time a pilot is required to take while in training. The group uses bigger planes to train their pilots, helping them gain more skills and experience. It contrasts to the traditional one, where they use smaller planes before moving into the larger ones.
Bhanu Choudhrie currently has more than 11 simulators to meet the MPL program requirements. These simulators are in the Philippines. Up to date, Alpha Aviation Group has trained more than 1700 pilots in Asia and the United Arab Emirates. Bhanu Choudhrie was impressed with the action taken by the aviation industry took when the pandemic first occurred of stopping planes from flying as it helped to reduce the spread of the virus. He’s also happy about the government body providing incentives and support they offer to airlines. Choudhrie projects a need to predict the revisions of KLM regulation as the COVID-19 pandemic affected all companies in the aviation sector.
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