FlairJet trains NetJets and other Phenom operators


Embraer Phenom 300 of FlairJet

FlairJet trains provided base and line training on behalf of Marshall Aerospace.
Embraer Phenom 300 of FlairJet

Embraer Phenom 300 of FlairJet.

FlairJet, which is part of the Marshall Aviation Services Group, provided both base and line training to NetJets Europe, as the company anticipates the delivery of its first Phenom 300 business jet in 2014.

FlairJet was the first company to operate a Phenom 100 and 300 in Europe and has also provided recent training to a pilot-owner of a Phenom 100 managed by FlairJet and based in Bari, Italy.

Gerry Rolls, director of flight operations and training oversaw a number of take-offs and landings with NetJets Europe pilots, following simulator training in order to have the type rating added to their licenses.

In addition, NetJets’ Phenom 300 senior training captain Carl Moore flew with Rolls to complete line training on 10 sectors (starting out in Cascais, Lisbon and concluding in Northolt, UK), in order to be released as a captain. Captain Moore can now train other NetJet Europe Phenom 300 pilots.

“Our expertise in Phenom 100/300 training is a capability we are pleased to offer third parties, said David Fletcher, managing director of FlairJet. “For the longer term now we are looking at the possibility of expanding the skillset we have into the wider Marshall Aviation Services Group,”

FlairJet and Marshall’s will be exhibiting at the Dubai Air Show 2013 next week.