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November 30, 2007 - 7:05am

CAE has signed a five-year agreement with Hawker Pacific to provide maintenance training for the company and its clients within the Southeast Asia region. Hawker Pacific Asia operates a growing network from its main headquarters in Sydney,
Australia. The company has five locations around Australia and also operates in New Zealand, the Middle East and Asia.

November 26, 2007 - 7:11am

Embraer and Montreal-based training provider CAE announced a joint venture to provide pilot and maintenance training for the Brazilian airframer’s new Phenom 100 very light and Phenom 300 light jets. According to the agreement, CAE will begin initial training for pilots and technicians at its Dallas facility in the third quarter of next year, and at its Burgess Hill, UK center starting in early 2009.

November 2, 2007 - 10:27am

CAE in January will introduce training for Airbus Corporate Jetliner crews for the first time in North America. In addition to six other sites worldwide, ACJ operators will soon have access to training in Denver; Miami; São Paulo, Brazil; and Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The enhanced training will “recognize the special needs of business-jet operators” and “capitalizes on the business-jet training expertise of CAE SimuFlite” in Dallas.

October 9, 2007 - 11:48am

Toronto-based flight simulator maker CAE completed its acquisition of Schreiner Aviation Training of the Netherlands. Schreiner operates 19 simulators located in Europe and the U.S. In April, CAE acquired the former BAE Systems simulation and training division in Tampa, Fla.z

September 25, 2007 - 4:57am

 Canadian training specialist CAE SimuFlite (Booth No. 5813) announced at NBAA’07 that it has launched an expansion of its global training network by adding 16 new business jet training programs to its operations. And with this expansion, CAE will be offering training on 90 percent of all active and in-production business aircraft, the company said.

August 30, 2007 - 12:27pm

The day after the FAA held a meeting with more than 40 industry leaders to discuss runway safety, two jets–a Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet Boeing 737 and Northwest Airlines Airbus A320–nearly collided at Los Angeles International Airport.

August 30, 2007 - 5:30am

Montreal-based flight simulator manufacturer and operator CAE announced last month it will acquire flight-safety company Flightscape in a deal worth approximately C$18 million. Flightscape designs software that enables the study and interpretation of recorded flight data.

July 5, 2007 - 5:25am

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.

July 5, 2007 - 5:20am

Eurocopter will install flight training devices, including six-axis, full-motion simulators for the EC 135 light twin, at its Donauwörth, Germany, and Dallas training facilities. Installation work should take place in the last quarter; certification is pegged for March, to JAR-STD2H level 3 and FAA Part 60 FTD level 6 standards. The simulators are being developed by CAE and Indra in cooperation with Eurocopter.

July 3, 2007 - 5:18am

Montreal-based flight simulator manufacturer and training provider CAE inaugurated its newest business aviation training center in Morristown, N.J., on June 7. The well attended festivities kicked off with a high-flying aerial acrobat and featured a GIV simulator programmed to dance to big-band swing.

 
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