FlightSafety earns finger-print approval

Aviation International News » April 2005
January 30, 2007, 5:36 AM

Several of FlightSafety International’s facilities in Europe, Canada and South America have received approval from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to provide a fingerprinting service for foreign pilot flight-training candidates. A number of U.S.-based FSI facilities also have this approval. After an approved non-U.S. FSI location fingerprints flight-training candidates, it sends the fingerprints to the National Air Transportation Association for processing and submission to the TSA. Foreign pilots must be finger-printed to receive training in the U.S.

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