The opportunity to teach pilots how to manage aircraft upsets is now available in Europe with the opening of an Aviation Performance Solutions location at Seppe Airport at Bosschenhoofd in the Netherlands. APS will use the Slingsby Firefly T-67 in the European training system. The company will use CAE’s level-D Boeing 737 simulator at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam for clients who plan to complete the final phase of training, which uses simulation.
Provinces of the Netherlands
Efforts to establish Lelystad Airport as the main business aviation gateway for the Netherlands have received a boost as a result of a recent Dutch government decision to allow the main runway to be extended to almost 6,900 feet.