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AAG Founder Bhanu Choudhrie Says Covid-19 Has Taught Him Valuable Lessons

As most of other entrepreneurs who started their business prior to 2019, Bhanu Choudhrie also did not know that one day, she might be forced to change the approach his company will run. Bhanu Choudhrie founded Alpha Aviation Group (AAG) in 2006. Back then, there wasn’t much need to train commercial pilots as it is now. However, even then, the industry had grown to the point that it required all pilots that fly budget airlines have the right credentials and high skills that are fundamental for flying chattered and budget airlines.

Although Bhanu Choudhrie’s firm solely focuses on simulator instructions, the company plays an integral part in ensuring the pilots have the needed knowledge before they are allowed to fly any plane.

For many years though, Bhanu Choudhrie has observed that the industry has been so slow especially in adopting to new system of doing things whether is by simulator training to the embracing of the new technology. However, the AAG founder now opines that the Covid-19 pandemic is changing what for many years has been seen as the only way of doing things. Go Here for related Information.

“Covid-19 has taught us valuable lessons. Nobody will do things the same old way. It’s either we change the approach, or we quit, thus pave way for others who will be able to embrace the needed change,” Bhanu Choudhrie said recently.

He further observed that although change is inevitable, many airline companies that offer commercial training to pilots still lack the financial capacity as well as resources to offer the much-needed training. Bhanu agreed that while most of the training firms try, they still lack the essentials for the latest training. As such, these companies are left with no choice other than outsourcing training from other established companies. “At this point, we need to take the advantage to improve our resources,” said AAG founder Bhanu Choudhrie.