FlightSafety will offer Bombardier Global 5000 Vision and Global Express XRS Vision aircraft training in Columbus, Ohio. We will design a new full flight, Level D qualified simulator as well as other advanced training equipment and courseware for the Global 5000 Vision and Global Express XRS Vision aircraft.
FlightSafety now offers over 100 Practical and/or Theoretical EASA approved maintenance training courses. This includes recent approval from EASA for our Theoretical and Practical Citation CJ3 Avionics (B1-T1) and CJ4 Airframe and Engine (B2-T2) and Avionics (B1-T1) maintenance courses.
FlightSafety to design and manufacture a new Dassault Falcon 900LX full flight simulator. It is scheduled to be shipped to FlightSafety’s Learning Center in Dallas, Texas in November 2011 and is expected to receive Level D qualification in the spring of 2012.
Design and construction of FlightSafety’s new Challenger 605 full flight simulator, courseware and other advanced training devices is well underway. The new Challenger 605 simulator is scheduled to be shipped to the Farnborough Center early in 2012 and will be available for training following installation and Level D qualification.
FlightSafety is planning to expand its presence in Asia. Training for the Gulfstream G450 & G550 aircraft is expected to be available in Hong Kong in early 2012. FlightSafety’s long term plan is to build a permanent Learning Center and Regional Corporate Office in Asia.
FlightSafety will be demonstrating an enhanced version of its VITAL X Visual System at EBACE 2011. The enhancement was developed based on extensive consultation with operators from various industry segments and our vast experience in civil and military simulation equipment.