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Fox Goes Live at ATR Aircraft

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ATR, the market-leading regional aircraft manufacturer, has implemented the Fox training management platform by Britannica Knowledge Systems. Fox is now live at ATR managing operations of all ATR Training Centers, 24H/7D, with over 3500 trainees annually in the areas of Pilot, Maintenance, Flight Ops, and Cabin Crew training. With Fox in operation, ATR benefits from smooth training process management for each customer workflow (from reception to training payment); harmonized course scheduling processes that consider training requirements, resource availability and various constraints; and continuous instructor qualification management through advanced tools and notifications. It improves the communication and workflow between managers, administrators, schedulers, instructors and trainee profiles.

"We are proud to be the first in regional aviation to use an advanced training management system of this type and caliber," said Christian Commissaire, VP Training and Flight Ops support at ATR. "We look forward to what this platform will deliver in terms of optimizing our training operations for maximum competency, productivity and customer satisfaction."

Today, ATR has five training centers in Toulouse, Paris, Johannesburg, Singapore and Miami. ATR offers a large scope of training solutions for flight and cabin crews, instructor training as well as for flight operations and maintenance. ATR delivers over 100,000 training hours to over 3,500 trainees every year.

Read more about Fox going live at ATR in CAT Magazine, the Journal for Civil Aviation Training.



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