FlightSafety to offer Challenger 605 training at the Greater Philadelphia learning center
FlightSafety International announced that it will offer training for the Bombardier Challenger 605 aircraft at its Greater Philadelphia/Wilmington learning center.
“Challenger 605 aircraft operators from around the world will soon benefit from the high quality training we provide at our Greater Philadelphia/Wilmington Learning Center,” said Bruce Whitman, president & CEO. “Offering training for the Challenger 605 aircraft in Wilmington clearly demonstrates our desire and ability to respond to Customer needs by providing the highest quality training programs they expect and deserve at locations that meet their needs.”
Whitman continued “Training is scheduled to begin in April 2013, following Level D qualification of the simulator by the United States Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency.”
The Challenger 605 aircraft full flight simulator was designed and manufactured by FlightSafety and is equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite, included in the simulator are an Electronic Flight Information System, Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System, Integrated Flight Information System and many more systems operated on a Challenger 605.
The Wilmington learning center currently offers 15 full flight simulators. They are used to provide training for the Bombardier Challenger 300, Challenger 604 and Global Express business jets; Dassault Falcon 50 and Falcon 900; Gulfstream GIV, GV, G200 and G550, Hawker Premier 1A, 700, 800XP, and 800XP ProLine 21; as well as the IAI Astra and Westwind aircraft.