News about simulators and training procedures.
CAE’s Next Generation Training System is part of several initiatives underway to cement the company’s position in the training market.
Besides holding events at this year’s NBAA show, the Young Professionals group is expanding to international conventions.
Program brings the same level of attention to customer service that NATA’s Safety 1st course brings to line service.
The company is focusing on ensuring seat-of-the-pant feel in its simulators.
Center is designed to serve the training needs of European customers, beginning with pilot training on the Bell 429.
FlightSafety provides training for all current-production Falcon aircraft using a fleet of 26 full flight simulators at its learning centers.
The concept of a flight operations manual should be gaining attention in the general aviation industry.
Expansion, which will add to the existing 15,000 sq ft for flight training there, is scheduled to be completed by November.
The facility—which offers courses for Learjet, Challenger and Global pilots and maintenance technicians—has trained more than 45,000 customers since 2001.
As a result, the agency said operators, training providers and safety officials will have more timely access to standardized, accurate training material.