Business & Corporate Airbus Helicopters
Professional Training Program for the Airbus Helicopters H135
FlightSafety offers comprehensive professional simulation-based training on the Airbus Helicopters H135.
Our highly qualified and experienced instructors, exclusive advanced-technology Level D Full Flight Simulator
and integrated training systems help ensure proficiency and safety.
FlightSafety Training for Airbus Helicopters H135 is available at our Learning Center in Dallas, Texas.
The program was designed to meet the professional training needs of all H135 operators,
offering pilots the resources to achieve proficiency and safety.
Highlights of FlightSafety Training Program for Airbus Helicopters' Aircraft
- Our Dallas North Learning Center houses the world's first Level D full flight simulator for
the H135, bringing new realism and cost-effective options to your training.
- A second Level D Full Flight Simulator has been added at Dallas North to accommodate the
growing demand for this program and offer additional schedule flexibility.
- Our Level D simulator allows night-vision goggle (NVG) training for high
fidelity low-light training scenarios.
- Using our high-fidelity graphics package, our FFS features special visual
scenes and effects to give operators the most relevant training available.
- Simulation training can incorporate photo-realistic scenes such as urban
landscapes, offshore oil rigs, brown-out and white-out conditions.
- FlightSafety helped pioneer Federal Aviation Administration Level D
full flight simulation for helicopters. Operators of the Airbus Helicopters H135
train in a state-of-the-art Level D simulator. The full motion simulator features
60x200-degree VITAL X visuals, 60-inch electric motion and control loading.
- The world's first ever Level D Full Flight Simulator for Airbus Helicopters EC145
will debut in Shreveport, Louisiana in 2017.
- Training for the AS350B3 will begin in June of 2017 in a Level D Full Flight Simulator
at our new Learning Center in Denver, Colorado.
Visit our Training Centers for Airbus Helicopters' Aircraft: