Oman Aviation Academy (OAA) has chosen VRpilot’s procedure training solution, VRflow, for enhanced procedure training for students. VRflow will help students on OAA’s integrated ATPL(A) program prepare for flight training on OAA’s Diamond DA40 NG, Diamond DA42-VI and simulator training on OAA’s Boeing 737 MAX FTD.

Jose Luis Losada, Head of Training, Oman Aviation Academy:” I am a firm believer in the benefits of incorporating Virtual Reality in ab-initio pilot training as it not only improves comprehension and retention of the material, but also saves time and money to the trainee. Our cockpit procedural trainers keep our students more focused and engaged than when using other traditional methods such as traditional classrooms or e-learning. We are very proud to have engaged with such an innovative company like VRpilot which can provide us with a fantastic tool to prepare our students for the airline environment from the moment they start flight training in a Single-Engine airplane, throughout the more advanced phases of the program and until they graduate with an APS-MCC certificate.”

Abdullah Al Bulushi, CEO of Oman Aviation Academy: “We are very glad to become a partner with VRpilot. Modern technologies play a big role in the aviation training sector. At OAA, we believe the investment in new advanced technologies will significantly enhance the training quality and safety of our training programs. The state-of-the-art cockpit procedure provided by VRpilot will improve the training environment and make our students more focused and engaged”.

VRpilot will be at the European Airline Training Symposium 2022 (EATS) taking place in Berlin, Germany, from 8-9 November. Stop by booth #501 to learn more.