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ECFT - Dubai Based Opportunities

July 18th, 2013

CAE Parc Aviation, on behalf of our client Emirates-CAE Flight Training are pleased to announce a number of exciting positions based in Dubai, UAE.

All positions are on a full time basis therefore relocation to Dubai is required. Relocation is fully supported by ECFT and offers a competitive tax free salary and remuneration package.

To find out more information about these positions, please follow the below links:

About ECFT

Emirates- CAE Flight Training, a part of the Emirates Group, CAE was founded in 1947 and is headquartered in Canada. With customers in more than 190 countries, CAE has the broadest global reach of any simulation and training equipment and services company on the market.

Emirates-CAE Flight Training provides aviation-related courses for commercial and business carriers in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania, and South America primarily aimed at flight-deck crew and maintenance personnel.

The joint venture between the Emirates Group and CAE Inc of Canada – a world leader in the field of aircraft simulators – is located in the Emirates Aviation College campus, near Dubai International airport.

ECFT, as the joint venture is known, is the first facility of its kind in the Middle East to be approved by Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) standards and U.A.E (GCAA) Standards. ECFT works in close collaboration with more than 20 different national aviation authorities to ensure that the later specific requirements are fulfilled in addition to the requirements of JAA, FAA and GCAA.

The 14-bay centre houses 12 full-flight simulators including two Airbus A320/ACJs, and Airbus A330/340, a Boeing 777, two Boeing 737 NG/BBJs, a Gulfstream IV and a Gulfstream V/550, a Hawker 800/800XP, a Hawker 800 XCPi, a Global Express and a Bell Helicopter 412.

The state-of-the-art simulators have breakthrough visual realism, cockpit replication, high-fidelity avionics simulation and flight and ground-handling characteristics indistinguishable from an operational aircraft.