Simuflite and Dassalt partner on MX training

Aviation International News » June 2004
October 8, 2007, 7:53 AM

CAE SimuFlite has inked a deal with Dassault Falcon Jet to develop and deliver a technical training curriculum for maintenance technicians, beginning the second half of this year. Training will be available for the Falcon 50/50EX, 900/900EX and 2000/2000EX. Next year the program will extend to earlier Falcons.

“With this new program, which adheres strictly to Dassault’s Falcon training policy manual, operators are assured that their technical crews have all the knowledge needed to fully understand and safely maintain their aircraft,” said Tom Stelter, CAE SimuFlite’s vice president and general manager.

CAE SimuFlite’s maintenance training programs are FAA-recognized for inspection authorization renewal and the FAA Aviation Maintenance Technician Award program. They are also approved by Transport Canada for aircraft maintenance engineer license endorsement.

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