American welcomes yet another groundbreaking order for 50 more A320NEO machines. This order is valued at 3,000,000,000$. They will be used to expand our already large network with extreme increases in capacity on multiple routes. The A320NEO is already the backbone of the Global operation. This order will increase the total A320NEO fleet of the Global Group to 460 machines.
With this large order and our latest expansion we will need 1000 more pilots and 5000 new cabin crew with many more ground staff. In order to satisfy this increase in staff needed we have set up our second Global Training Center in Seattle which will be dedicated to training Global Staff for the American continent. American, CBE Argentina, CBE Caribbean, CBE Dominican Republic and CBE Ecuador will all train staff at this colossal training centre. This new centre will ease the congestion on our Jakarta and Singapore Training Centre which have so far handled most Global Cabin, Flight and Ground Crew Training. American staff have also been trained by DC Air in Washington, DC. This new academy will conduct general pilot training and type rating training. The type ratings offered will be A320, CRJ, 737 and A330/A340/A350. The rarer type ratings operated by the Global Group such as ATR, Ejet, ERJ and Q400 will be handled by external providers.
We will also need many new cabin Crew Crew which will be trained in our new Training Centre where they will undergo their General Global Cabin Crew Training Program (GGCCTP) which lasts a couple of months and involves all safety training and general Global service training. This program is managed by Global Staff to ensure consistency and excellence of Service. Afterwards the rew will have a choice of at which Global Entity to work at. With priority to your local carrier. After they have chosen they will undergo a Specific Service and Conditions Orientation Program (SSCOP). This is offered by each individual carrier and consists of two weeks of specific training for that carrier´s specific service and the specific conditions of that carrier. After this program is successfully completed the Cabin Crew will start their work. After a year at a carrier they can choose to move to another carrier and will only need to redo the local SSCOP. A similar program is inplace for pilots which do their general training and after choosing a carrier they do a Specific Conditions Orientations Program which takes a month where they will learn the specific conditions, geography and customs of the locations.
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User Advisory Board Member, Manager of Unity Skies Alliance on Stapleton and SKYTRAX Elite. Called ChristianPalsson ingame and Christian Pålsson since birth.