InterGlobe Enterprises and CAE have inaugurated their pilot training facility in Greater Noida, National Capital Region (NCR), India and signed a long-term pilot training services agreement with GoAir, a low-fare domestic carrier. The centre, CAE Simulation Training Private Limited (CSTPL), is a joint venture between InterGlobe Enterprises and CAE. An investment of more than $25 million has already been made in setting up the facility and equipment. GoAir's A320 pilots will train at the facility starting in December. With its six simulator bays, the centre will have the capacity to train more than 5,000 aviation professionals per year, and the companies say their ultra-modern facility will be the largest such facility in India and will be the first centre in India to impart Airbus certified training. It provides "wet" and "dry" type-rating, recurrent, conversion and jet indoctrination training for commercial aircraft pilots and features two CAE Series 5000 A320 full-flight simulators certified level D.