FlightSafety International Offers Proficiency Protection Program

Farnborough Air Show » 2012
July 9, 2012, 3:40 AM

FlightSafety International recently introduced its Proficiency Protection Program offering training at no cost to pilots and maintenance technicians in Europe and around the world who are involuntarily unemployed. The company will provide, at no cost, recurrent training courses to business aircraft pilots who were training under a full-service contract at the time they lost their jobs.

In addition, maintenance technicians who were enrolled in FSI’s master technician program can finish the next course toward the completion of the program.

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