Air Macau to operate a320 FTD from MPS
MPS has entered into an agreement with Air Macau to deliver an A320 FTD (ceo/neo) to their training centre in Macau, China. Air Macau, a subsidiary of Air China, will use the A320 FTD in their Type Rating courses.
Air Macau’s Chief Executive Officer, Chen Hong: “This new introduction of an MPS A320 FTD delivers us the possibility to enhance our flight training capability and improve training efficiency. Considering our expansion plan of aircraft, more advanced flight training devices will be introduced to increase our pilot team. Working closely with MPS will provide us with appropriate production and service in the future.”
MPS’ Chief Executive Officer, Captain Philip Adrian: “We are very pleased to expand our presence in China. We look forward to building our relationship with Air Macau by supplying them with a new high quality MPS Airbus A320 Flight Training Device”.
About Air Macau
Established in 1994, Air Macau is a regional international airline based in Macau SAR, China, which is strategically well-situated to serve the fast-growing Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area. As an exclusive operator of Airbus aircraft, Air Macau’s 19 aircraft fleet serves 28 destinations in China and Asia. Furthermore, Air Macau is planning to introduce more Airbus aircrafts in 2019.
MPS develops, manufactures and maintains type specific simulators, using actual Boeing B737 and Airbus A320 flight decks. The simulators are designed to support the needs of training organizations and airlines for high quality devices that support affordable training. MPS delivers its products and services worldwide to independent and major airline’s in-house training organizations. MPS has a global installed base of simulators qualified to the highest standards, such as FAA and EASA.