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EAA ANNOUNCES MEMBER BENEFIT EXPANSION: DISCOUNTS ON FAA WRITTEN EXAM AT CATS TESTING CENTERS
EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. — (August 1, 2016) — The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) has entered into an agreement with Computer Assisted Testing Services, Inc., dba Comira, (CATS) to offer EAA members with a discount on the FAA Written Exams.
EAA members seeking to become a Pilot or A&P Mechanic or add a rating have enjoyed receiving discounts on FAA Written Exams at PSI Lasergrade testing centers for several years; and while PSI Lasergrade has a large nationwide footprint of testing centers, the addition of CATS testing centers substantially increases the options available to EAA members.
“We’re pleased to add the CATS network and discounts to EAA’s FAA Written Exam Discount Program,” said Cory Puuri, EAA Membership Development Manager. “EAA members will appreciate the convenience of the expanded nationwide coverage.”
“We welcome the opportunity to promote our services to EAA members,” said Mark Dennehy, President and CEO at CATS. “At CATS, we are committed to ensuring that every candidate’s testing experience is positive and as stress-free as possible.”
For more information on EAA’s FAA Written Exam Discount Program, please visit www.eaa.org/FAAWritten.
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Computer Assisted Testing Service, Inc. (CATS) is a privately owned corporation headquartered in San Mateo, CA. Incorporated in 1988, CATS initially operated in various service related projects for local ground schools. Its founders were aviation professionals involved in flight training including simulators, air charter, and Fixed Base Operators at local airports. In 1991, CATS was one of three companies approved to conduct computerized testing services for 70 Federal Aviation Administration Airmen and Mechanics knowledge based examinations. CATS has also been approved to offer computerized testing services for 8 Federal Communications Commission radio operator licensing examinations. CATS has over 400 geographically distributed testing locations worldwide, including overseas centers in Puerto Rico, Guam, Germany, South Korea, and Japan. For more information about test site and other services visit www.catstest.com