CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Douala
||It has been suggested that this article be merged into CAE Inc.. (Discuss) Proposed since August 2012.|
|CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Douala|
|Motto in English||One step ahead|
|Founders||Joseph Barla, Jean-Yves Kotto, Sabena Flight Academy|
|Colours||Blue and Grey|
The CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Douala (formerly Sabena Flight Academy Africa) (CAE SFA-A) is an aviation school owned by Canadian group CAE (part of its CAE Global Academy) and located at Douala. It was the first civil aviation university in Cameroon.
The school was created in 2008 by Joseph Barla, and Jean-Yves Kotto, as subsidiary of Sabena Flight Academy, a Belgian school created in 1953. A few months later, following the absorption of Sabena Flight Academy by CAE, SFA-A become part of CAE Global Academy, renamed CAE Global Academy Douala.
On its Douala campus, the school has three flight simulators : one FNPT2 calibrated like a Boeing 737-800, a second FNPT2 showing the Diamond DA42 and a FNPT1 dedicated to instrument flight rules training.
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