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FlightSafety’s Twin Otter Maintenance Program receives EASA Certification

Technicians who maintain Twin Otter aircraft under EASA regulations can now take advantage of several FlightSafety courses that are now EASA Certified.  Courses include the Twin Otter 10-day Maintenance Initial, a 30-hour Practical course, and a 2-day Avionics Add-On course.


Contact the Toronto Learning Center for more information.
Challenger 300 Pro Line 21 Avionics Differences

A new Challenger 300 Pro Line 21 Avionics Differences course is now being offered at the Wilmington Learning Center for operators who had their aircraft upgraded with Advanced Pro Line 21 avionics.


Contact the Wilmington Learning Center for more information.
Challenger 300/350 Differences Course

Challenger 300/350 differences training is now available at both the Columbus, Ohio and Wilmington, Delaware FlightSafety Learning Centers.


Contact the Columbus or Wilmington Learning Center for more information.
Batch 2+ to Batch 3 Differences Available for the Global Express

If you have upgraded your Global Express with the Batch 3 avionics upgrade, a differences course may be necessary to help you understand the new capabilities of your avionics. This Differences Training course provides information on the changes to the Honeywell Primus 2000XP equipped Global Series models with the Batch 3 IAC Upgrade. The course is 2.5 hours of Ground School.


Contact the Wilmington Learning Center for more information.
Tucson's Learjet 60 Simulator to Receive Visual Upgrade

FlightSafety’s Tucson Learning Center is upgrading its Learjet 60 simulator with a new Vital 8+ visual system. This system will improve fidelity and realism for a more effective training experience.  The upgrade is expected to be complete by May 23, 2013 with training using the new visual system available May 28, 2013.


Contact the Tucson Learning Center for more information.
International Procedures Over Water Course now available at Tucson Learning Center

FlightSafety’s Tucson Learning Center is now offering the International Procedures Over Water Course in the CL604 simulator.  This one-day recurrent course covers the same subjects as our standard International Procedures Recurrent but provides four hours of hands-on simulator training.  It includes planning and operating a flight from North America to Europe, challenging you to deal effectively with in-flight contingencies in international airspace. You thoroughly cover ICAO Doc 4444 – emergency produces for depressurization or engine failure – then carry out those procedures in the simulator.


Contact the Tucson Learning Center for more information.
FlightSafety iPad Application Puts Learjet Training at Your Fingertips

FlightSafety Customers can now download all training materials for any Learjet pilot or maintenance course on the FlightSafety App.  This courseware will update automatically to ensure each client has the latest revision.


Contact the Atlanta, Tucson or Wichita Learjet Learning Center for more information.
Learjet 35A Simulator in Wichita upgraded to Vital X

The Wichita Learjet Learning Center has recently upgraded the visual system on the Learjet 35A simulator.  FlightSafety’s revolutionary VITAL X visual display delivers the latest in realistic, detailed, high-resolution views. Combined with state-of-the-art high-resolution projectors, VITAL X reproduces day and night scenes accurately for all kinds of weather. Clients who train in this simulator can look forward to a more realistic training environment.


Contact the Wichita Learjet Learning Center for more information.
Learjet 45 simulators in Atlanta and Tucson receive WAAS/LPV modifications.

The Atlanta and Tucson Learning center have completed WAAS/LPV modifications to their Learjet 45 simulators.  With these modifications now all 3 Learning Centers, including the Wichita Learjet Learning Center, can provide WAAS/LPV training.  This upgrade allows our clients to observe failures or deviations associated with WAAS/LPV software and satellites while in a safe training environment.  Pilots will train as they fly with this new enhancement and will access the failure and react in the appropriate manner in the Aircraft when they are close to the ground and decision making is most critical.


Contact the Atlanta, Tucson or Wichita Learjet Learning Center for more information.
Learjet 60 Simulators at the Atlanta and Tucson Learning Centers Receive WAAS/LPV Modifications.

The Atlanta and Tucson Learning Center have completed WAAS/LPV modifications to their Learjet 60 simulators.  This upgrade allows our clients to observe failures or deviations associated with WAAS/LPV software and satellites while in a safe training environment.  Pilots will train as they fly with this new enhancement and will access the failure and react in the appropriate manner in the Aircraft when they are close to the ground and decision making is most critical.


Contact the Atlanta or Tucson Learning Center for more information.
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