FlightSafety: Keeping You Safe Since 1951
FlightSafety is the world’s premier aviation training company, providing more than one million hours of training each year to pilots,
aircraft maintenance technicians, flight attendants and flight dispatchers.
Aviation professionals from around the globe come to one of our 40 Learning Centers to train on the world’s largest
and most advanced fleet of simulators and to learn from our knowledgeable and highly trained instructors
using the most up-to-date instructional methods and technology.
We design and manufacture state-of-the-art simulators for a wide range of business and commercial aircraft.
Our simulators, from classroom-based desktop units to full-motion full flight simulators,
use integrated software designed and built by us to provide continuity throughout each training course.
The Worldwide Training Leader
We are the factory-authorized trainer for the vast majority of today’s aircraft
manufacturers. Those companies know that the most important safety device in any cockpit
is a well-trained pilot. Our company reached its position as the world’s pre-eminent
aviation training company through decades of reliable instruction that has always made
safety its uncompromising goal.
FlightSafety training centers are equipped with the most advanced instructional technology and staffed by experienced
professionals who keep abreast of the latest aviation developments and who are adept at instructional methods that help
students retain the critical knowledge required by today’s sophisticated aircraft.
FlightSafety designs and publishes simulation software that is an industry standard.
We make our own simulators, including the type-specific, full flight simulators that realistically re-create
flight down to the smallest details. We also operate one of the world’s top “ab initio” – from the beginning – flight
training centers for students who want to become a commercial or corporate pilot or a flight instructor.
More than 13,000 of our graduates fly for 62 airlines and more than 100 corporate flight departments.