Airways New Zealand has signed an agreement with China’s Civil Aviation Second Research Institute (CASRI) to distribute its air traffic control training simulators throughout China. The multi-year agreement provides CASRI with the exclusive distribution rights for Airways’ state-of-the-art Total Control simulator throughout China, and positions Airways well to meet China’s growing demand for simulator based ATC training. Airways’ General Manager Global Services Jamie Macdonald visited China recently to officially sign the distribution agreement with CASRI, and says the rapid growth in China’s aviation industry opens up many new opportunities for Airways. “In China there’s a pressing need to train new
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