Babcock and Leonardo, world-leading companies in the aerospace, defense, security and military training sectors, announce the signing of the collaboration agreement that will see them join forces for the training program for Canadian military pilots, Future Aircrew Training (FAcT).
An important step for Babcock and Leonardo who, with this important agreement, pool their skills and experience in the training of military crews, internationally recognized, for the constitution of a new joint-venture called Babcock Leonardo Canadian Aircrew Training.
The experience of the team and the consolidated link with the Canadian Armed Forces will allow Babcock and Leonardo to provide an innovative training solution with benefits fully in line with the economic and strategic objectives defined by Canada for the FAcT program.
Babcock and Leonardo will be able to offer Canada a modern and complete solution, also benefiting from the vast experience gained in the provision of civil and military training services, for fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft. The new team is ready to invest in the country and to work together with partners and local communities.
Jana Lee Murray, Program Director of Babcock Leonardo Canadian Aircrew TrainingSaid: “By joining forces, Babcock Canada and Leonardo Canada pool international experience in training military crews by offering a customized solution to meet the requirements of the Royal Canadian Air Force. We are committed, today and in the future, to work together with our suppliers, partners and local communities and ready to provide a fully integrated solution capable of generating a robust and continuous flow of pilots and military personnel in Canada ".
Thanks to your own know-how in the development and management of training systems for various customers around the world, the new Canadian team will work on the development of a modern and scalable military infrastructure for the training of pilots and technicians, supported by a strong and reliable supply chain. Canadian.