Bhanu Choudhrie, the Alpha Aviation Group principal CEO, has emerged as the great business guru despite the COVID-19 negative impacts on the world economy. His firm focuses on offering simulator training to many people interested in commercial airline activities. However, the ongoing pandemic has forced it to adapt to new changes across its sectors quickly.
This industry is the best in innovation tasks like the commercial pilot, digital-first and simulator-driven training. Moreover, it was established around 2006 mainly to provide cost-effective pilot training services, particularly for budget airlines. Due to insufficient funds to improve their training programs, these airlines were forced to outsource training professionals. And that’s the main reason why they struck a deal with Bhanu Choudhrie.
Bhanu Choudhrie launched an incredible innovation industry that has recently gone viral. It’s also among the top-rated training company to provide a multi-Pilot licensing program as soon as industry regulators authorize it. The program utilizes a simulator compared to the traditional training, thus significantly reducing the total training session between 230 hours to 70 hours.
As a result, Alpha Aviation Group flawlessly meets its required budget airlines without much hustle. Further, it has led to an increase in flights across the world. Besides, it has propelled the number of training pilots compared to the traditional program. Remember, the more the simulators, the low the training cost.
It has recently introduced the latest training program to promote safety, particularly for new pilots. Often, traditional programs start delighting their students on small planes of basic concepts before diving into complex ones. However, Alpha Aviation Group usually exposes its clients on passenger flights as earlier as possible.
This move makes them understands the dynamics behind flying on passenger jets and even get in touch with advanced concepts early. Now, Bhanu Choudhrie runs 11 simulators across the competitive market. In addition, he has several cadets across 40 countries who subscribe to its main programs.