Bhanu Choudhrie Launches the Alpha Aviation Group

What happens to business owners when they wake up and find out that a pandemic has struck and affected their businesses and mostly the economy? Bhanu Choudhrie was one of the business owners who was affected by the effects of COVID-19. He is the owner and founder of the C&C Alpha Group, which is a private firm dealing with different market trends like the aviation sector, healthcare sector, real estate, and hospitality. Bhanu Choudhrie launched the Alpha Aviation Group to offer training to pilots with his experience in the aviation industry, which gave him a chance to make investments in the aviation sector.

In March 2020, the pandemic hit, and most countries introduced a lockdown, which affected the aviation industry after many flights were cancelled. Bhanu Choudhrie noticed that organizations needed to take action fast to be able to adapt to these new changes.

The Alpha Aviation Group came up with the idea of introducing e-learning that would help the pilots continue with their studies even with the restrictions set. There was no chance that pilot training would resume anytime soon. With this new learning innovation, the cadets were able to continue with their studies online in the comfort of their homes.

Under the leadership of Bhanu Choudhrie, Alpha Aviation Group is in the lead in implementing technology. This group implemented a new digital simulator for the training of the pilots. This new implementation was introduced to offer solutions to pilots who had to work for more than 1,500 every year to be able to get and keep the ATP certificate.

Though the flights were cancelled, Bhanu Choudhrie ensured that even in the future, when flights resumed, it was a good idea to have ready-trained pilots. By trying to accumulate all the losses caused by the flight cancellation, there are over $300 billion dollars in losses. Airlines now need to introduce ways that will be able to help them stay solvent until the pandemic and its effects pass. Bhanu Choudhrie’s: Twitter.