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CAE provides aviation training services to flight, cabin and maintenance crews as well as simulation technology for civil aviation and defense and security. It operates more than 250 full-flight simulators in more than 50 locations around the world.
CAPACG, LLC provides third party Flight Data Monitoring Services (FDM) and comprehensive FDM system integration for small, medium and large flight departments. Utilizing CAPACG as an extension of your flight safety department to provide FDM implementation and operation will reduce cost while providing increased visibility into your flight ops to improve safety and efficiencies.
Cardiff Aviation Training Limited (CATL), part of the Cardiff Aviation Group, is a Flight Training and Simulator Services business based at Cardiff International Airport in the Vale of Glamorgan. Initially established in April 2013 at Bournemouth Airport, CATL relocated to their current Training Centre later that year, opening for business at Cardiff in March 2014. CATL offer products in three key areas, Flight Training, Simulator Hire and Simulator Services.
Casper College is one of the largest and most comprehensive community colleges in the region. Students from Wyoming, the United States and beyond attend Casper College. Our students transfer or join the work force having received a quality education.
Casper College has more than 140 academic transfer and technical and career programs.
Located in Casper, Wyoming, the campus consists of 28 buildings on more than 200 acres. The grounds are distinctive, with terraces that surround the modern buildings. Casper provides students with a big city feel without the big city hassles.
The School of Transportation is the largest on-site transportation training facility in Canada, featuring some of the most highly skilled instructors in the industry, state-of-the-art automotive and aviation training equipment, a brand-new aerospace facility at Downsview and a long list of industry partnerships.
Central Washington University is the regional leader in professional aviation education. Established in 1975, CWU's aviation program is the only fully accredited public university aviation program in the Pacific Northwest. CWU has a stellar reputation for preparing students for the demands of industry with B.S. degrees in Aviation Management or Professional Pilot. The aviation major attracts individuals with a passion for the combined art and science of aviation.
CESA Drones (Center for Testing and Services on Autonomous Systems) is an independent center dedicated to flight testing, qualification and training of remote pilots. Resulting from a collaboration between the Bordeaux Technowest technopole, the DGAC-SO, the Aquitaine Regional Council and the Ministry of Defense, CESA Drones allows companies to develop and evaluate their products (vector and payload) in a suitable environment.
Cetim, the Technical Centre for Mechanical Industry, was established in France in 1965 in order to improve companies’ competitiveness through mechanical engineering, transfer of innovations and advanced manufacturing solutions.
With 1000 experts and 8000 customers in more than 30 countries, Cetim has become a world leading player, providing customers with independent expert advice and support through :
- innovation projects (from R&D to solution industrialization)
Founded in 1985, CGCC is a comprehensive community college in Chandler, Arizona, serving the higher education needs of our communities. With nearly 20,000 students across four locations, Chandler-Gilbert Community College is one of the fastest-growing Maricopa Community Colleges.
From whiteboard concept to fielded systems, Draper engineers design, develop and deploy advanced technology solutions for the world’s most difficult and important problems.
More than a thousand engineers and scientists — experts in fields ranging from GN&C to microfabrication — bring a multidisciplinary advantage to system design. The breadth and depth of our expertise enable us to take on almost any challenge.
Serving the domestic and international market from Southern California’s Van Nuys airport for over 34 years, Chrysler Aviation provides dependable service and has built a superior reputation on years of experience and excellence. Chrysler Aviation’s dedicated pilots and professional staff are committed to serving you with the highest level of service in the industry.
Cirrus Aviation has been training professional and recreational pilots since 1994. The reason for our success is simple. We’ve never lost our passion for flying airplanes, or our drive to produce the best and most professional aviators in the industry. At Cirrus, we don’t believe in “cookie-cutter” flight training. We treat every flight student like an individual; finding out what motivates you, how you learn, and what your strengths and weaknesses are, so that we can tailor your training to your specific needs. We also believe in the importance of the student-instructor relationship.
Tampa Bay Aviation began in 2012 with one helicopter and the dream to expand general aviation and the passion for flight to the Tampa Bay area. Since that time, we have grown to four locations providing charter, flight instruction, tours, and aircraft maintenance. It is our desire to maintain the “local” company presence, with the “global” reach that today’s aviation customers demand.
CloudVisit serves many industries with software solutions and is expanding. The company is backed by 15 years of success in software programming, video conferencing, telemedicine and telecommunications. It has a proven record of excellence, efficiency, security and quality customer service. For questions about MRO software and remote inspections or to request a no-obligation demo, call 845-809-5770.
Coastal Pacific Aviation was incorporated in 1973 and began offering the highest quality flight training in 1974. The company grew at a conservative but consistent rate until late 1979 when it began working on a program that developed flight training techniques with academic instruction to produce a proficient commercial pilot. These efforts resulted in the joint venture agreement with The University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) to provide programs leading to an aviation diploma or degree together with a commercial pilot licence with multi-engine and instrument rating privileges.
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