Like many EBACE exhibitors, Morristown Municipal Airport (Booth No. 454) is here at EBACE encouraging aircraft operators traveling to the U.S. to try a different airport instead of the higher-profile ports of entry (POE). Morristown is a New Jersey suburb west of New York City, and its airport features a 5,999-foot ILS-served main runway, control tower, fire-and-rescue operation and a U.S.
Morristown, New Jersey
As of mid-August, 79 people from 31 Part 91 flight departments had participated in several Transportation Security Administration Access Certificate (TSAAC) training sessions at two New York metropolitan airports: Westchester County (HPN) and Morristown (MMU).
CAE SimuFlite has relocated its Sikorsky S-76 simulator to its new Northeast facility, near Morristown Airport, N.J., from its headquarters at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. SimuFlite’s Sikorsky S-76 simulator can be reconfigured between the S-76C+ and S-76B, and is the only S-76 level-D simulator to feature full-size chin windows, according to the company.
CAE’s training facility in Morristown, N.J. is now open for limited use, according to the flight simulator manufacturer and training provider. The new business aviation training center has been in operation since the end of January, using Gulfstream IV and Sikorsky S-76 simulators transferred from its Dallas facility. The six-bay training center is expected to be fully operational this spring.
CAE is relocating its Sikorsky S-76 and Gulfstream IV simulators from its SimuFlite facility in Dallas, to its new business aviation training center near Morristown, N.J. to have them closer to the high concentration of these aircraft in the Northeast. The facility, shown here in an artist’s rendition, is under construction and scheduled to be completed this fall.