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CAE Names Global Leader-Training Strategy For Civil Aviation

Torbjorn Wischer Tapped For The Post With The Simulator Manufacturer

CAE has named Torbjorn Wischer as Global Leader - Training Strategy for Civil Aviation, responsible for maintaining and developing CAE's position as the recognized global training partner of choice for customers in Civil Aviation. By leveraging CAE's decades of training expertise and industry credibility, he will further enhance the Company's value proposition in aviation training.

"Torbjorn brings tremendous credibility to this new role and has an excellent reputation earned over a long career in aviation training management. I am convinced that under his leadership, CAE will remain in the forefront of aviation training and he will further solidify CAE's position as a valued and trusted partner for our customers worldwide," said Nick Leontidis, CAE's Group President, Civil Simulation and Training.

In addition to this new role, Wischer will retain his current responsibility as Head of Training for CAE's Commercial Aviation Training - Europe Africa Authorized Training Organization (ATO).

Mr. Wischer has more than 25 years' experience in aviation training. He started his career as a Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) pilot in 1987 and was promoted as commander in 1996. He has held several positions within SAS, including Project Manager, Chief Flight Instructor and Deputy Head of Training. In 2008, Mr. Wischer joined Oxford Aviation Academy as Head of Training and following the acquisition of Oxford Aviation Academy by CAE in 2012, he was appointed Training Leader, Commercial Aviation Training for Europe and Africa for the EASA Commercial Aviation Training Organization (ATO). Mr. Wischer holds a Bachelor in Business Administration and Economics from Stockholm University, and a Diploma in Air Transport Management.



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