FlightSafety Breaks Ground on Teterboro Center Expansion

AINalerts » June 6, 2013
June 6, 2013, 3:00 PM

FlightSafety International broke ground yesterday on an expansion and renovation project at its Teterboro, N.J. learning center slated for completion early next year. According to the company, the center will increase in size by 50 percent, allowing it to accommodate up to eight full-motion flight simulators and offer facilities for flight crew emergency training, including a pool and other specialized equipment. It will also feature “advanced technology” classrooms, aircraft cabin training facilities and enhanced office areas.

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