FlightSafety International began preparation in the training center to Le Bourget, Paris, flight technicians aboard the plane of Dassault Falcon 8X.
“We are glad to announce the beginning of preparation on new Dassault Falcon 8X in Paris”, – David Davenport, the executive vice-president of FlightSafety says. “Our clients will appreciate addition of Falcon 8X to a full range of the training programs for the Dassault planes”.
The FlightSafety training center in Le Bourget will offer retraining, initial preparation and periodic checks for pilots of Falcon 8X, and also to conduct a wide range of courses for specialists in maintenance operation and stewards with use of the new FlightSafety FS1000 exercise machine and other modern devices.
“Engineers of FlightSafety and software developers worked in close cooperation with Dassault for ensuring full compliance of the exercise machine to flight characteristics and development of best quality training programs for satisfaction of specific needs of owners and Falcon 8X operators worldwide”, – Danijel McLellan, the senior vice-president for operational activity of the company told.
The full-flight Falcon 8X exercise machine was certified on level D and approved by FAA and EASA. Approval by other regulators will be received according to needs of clients worldwide. The exercise machine is equipped with avionics of Honeywell Dassault EASy III.
FlightSafety provides preparation on all production line of the Falcon planes. The company has more than 26 full-flight exercise machines in the training centers to Columbus, the State of Ohio; Houston, Texas; Dallas, Texas; Teterboro, New Jersey; Wilmington, Delaware; and at the airport Paris – Le Bourget.
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