Alteon Training Expands Boeing 787 Training Sites

Farnborough Air Show » 2006
November 14, 2006, 10:05 AM

Wholly owned Boeing subsidiary Alteon Training has confirmed that it plans to place Boeing 787 training suites in Australia, India and Singapore, increasing to seven the number of its Dreamliner training locations. The U.S. firm previously confirmed Tokyo, Seattle, London-Gatwick and China.

All told, Alteon Training has ordered nine Boeing 787 training suites including full-flight and flat panel simulators, desktop simulation systems and door trainers. The new suites, supplied by Thales, will go into operation before the summer of 2008.

Alteon president Pat Gaines said the company remains “in the process” f deciding the locations of the final two training suites, as well as the specific sites for Australia, China and India. “Our priority is to help operators to reduce their training-related costs such as crew downtime, while increasing their efficiency by locating our training suites close to their base,” noted Gaines.

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SUPUN
on January 15, 2012 - 2:36am

Dear Sir,

I've 4 years working experience as an aircraft technician. I would like to follow B787 engineering type rating course in your organization. Send me course fee charges. Reply me ASAP.

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Supun.

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R. Randall Padfield
on January 15, 2012 - 5:45pm

Supun,

Note that this article is from July 2006. Alteon is now known as Boeing Training & Flight Services.

You can find out more about courses offered at the company’s website: www.alteontraining.com.

Randy Padfield

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