CAE Wins $98 Million in Defense Contracts

By Juliet Van Wagenen | December 17, 2014
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C295 full-flight simulator
C295 full-flight simulator. Photo: CAE

[Avionics Today 12-17-14] CAE has won a series of contracts valued at more than $98 million during its fiscal year 2015 third quarter to provide a range of simulation products and upgrades as well as professional and long-term support services. These include contracts to provide a C295 full-flight simulator to the Polish Air Force, a contract extending the maintenance and support services provided at the German Army Aviation School, a contract to conduct a training needs analysis study for the German-French Tiger Helicopter Technical School, as well as contracts to support the New Zealand Defense Force’s SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite synthetic training devices.

“We are happy to add new platforms such as the SH-2G and Tiger helicopters to our portfolio,” said Gene Colabatistto, CAE’s group president of defense and security. “These orders show the continued focus by defense and security forces on expanding their use of simulation-based training.”

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