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Photo Reel: Caverton’s Reality H Simulator, LAAC NCAT training FAAN simulation at MMA

THIS week great news came in from France as Caverton signed the Factory Acceptance of the AW139 Reality H Full-Flight Simulator with Thales becoming the first company in Africa to install the simulator, Then the League of Airport and Aviation Correspondent (LAAC) were again at the Nigeria College of Aviation Technology (NCAT)  Zaria where they ran various trainings in five (5) separate courses both opening and closing ceremonies were captured and on Friday the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) carried out simulation in line with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) operational requirement for aerodromes and exchange program in Munich, Germany.

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