News about simulators and training procedures.
SimuFlite celebrated its 20th anniversary last year, but the company’s roots go farther back than that, all the way to the Link Trainer.<br />
With two major players in the field of simulator training for business aviation, competition for a larger share of the market is a constant, and innovation
<b>Jeppesen</b> of Englewood, Colo., introduced new <b>weather maps</b> that provide forecast information on icing and turbulence.
FlightSafety International has added a new program to its simulator training courses.
The restructuring program that Quebec-based CAE has adopted to improve its financial position will not affect SimuFlite, Andrew Arnovitz, director of inves
FlightSafety International is introducing a hypoxia awareness course at its learning centers.
Eclipse Aviation selected Opinicus of Clearwater, Fla., to be the exclusive supplier of flight-training devices and simulators for the Eclipse 500 very lig
American Eurocopter’s training center at Grand Prairie, Texas, has won FAA Part 141 approval to offer training on night vision goggles (NVGs).
The new FlightSafety International Learning Center at Farnborough Airport, UK, received its first group of pilots on July 18.
Helicopter Adventures has opened a new flight-training facility.