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- 1. Boeing Launches 787 Dreamliner Flight Training
Boeing Launches 787 Dreamliner Flight Training. Boeing Training & Flight Services has started 787 Dreamliner flight certification training following the provisional approval from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for Boeing's Seattle-based 787 flight training devices. As part of flight training, pilots train on a 787 flat panel training device and a 787 full-flight sim
- 2. Pilot Training College to be Established @ Cambridge Airport
Pilot Training College (PTC) has selected Cambridge Airport as the location for its new professional flight training academy, Pilot Training College (Cambridge), pending CAA approval, which is expected by Autumn this year. The new partnership enables Pilot Training College to establish a noteworthy presence in the UK in addition to its existing Training Centres in Ireland at Waterf
- 3. Elbit Systems to Supply Flight Simulator Training to Royal Flying Doctor Service
Elbit Systems of Australia is to supply Beechcraft King Air B200 flight simulator training for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) South Eastern Section. The project is an Australian first, with the training center as the first ever aeromedical training facility to combine training for pilots as well as doctors and nurses. The training center will be operated with an inclusive E
- 4. Boeing Ready to Deliver 787 Pilot Training
Boeing Ready to Deliver 787 Pilot Training. Full-flight simulators and other flight training devices for commercial pilot training require qualifications from each airline's home country regulatory agency. Boeing is qualifying its network of 787 training devices with multiple regulators in order to allow airlines the maximum options and regional locations for training their crews.
- 5. ANA Pilots Begin 787 Dreamliner Training
ANA Pilots Begin 787 Dreamliner Training. ANA, the launch customer for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, has started training the pilots who will fly the world’s newest passenger aircraft. Ten ANA pilots will enter the training program run by Boeing Training & Flight Services, using the aircraft manufacturer’s highly sophisticated simulators and flight training software
- 6. Record Year for Emirates Cabin Crew Training
Emirates Aviation College (EAC) - Crew Training has reported a record-breaking year for 2014, with over 33,000 attendees in various training courses (with some crew members attending multiple courses in a year). Covering different disciplines from Safety & Emergency Procedures, Medical Training, Service and Image, the training college caters to both new cabin crew recruits as well
- 7. ATR's New Pilot Training Center in Singapore Earns EASA Certification
ATR's newest flight training center in Singapore has been officially approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). It is expected to start training courses in the near future. The center will provide training programs from flight crew type rating through recurrent training to differences courses. Located in the Seletar Aerospace Park, a major hub for the Singapore aerospa
- 8. Boeing to Consolidate Flight Training Facilities in North America
Boeing has decided to consolidate its flight training capabilities in North America – including its 787 flight and maintenance training – at the Boeing Flight Services training campus in Miami. Boeing will relocate all full-flight simulators and other devices from Seattle to Miami, starting with two 787 training suites.
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