FlightSafety International to expand and renovate the Teterboro learning center


FSI intends to expand and renovate the learning center at Teterboro in New Jersey. Construction is due to start in the spring off 2013 and be completed in 2014.

FlightSafety International announced that it intends to expand and renovate its learning center in Teterboro, New Jersey. Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2013 and is expected to be completed early in 2014.

“The expansion and renovation of our Teterboro learning center is a clear demonstration of our commitment to continuously enhance the training and services we provide our customers,” said Bruce Whitman, president & CEO. “Every aspect of the facility is being designed to ensure that our customers continue to receive the high quality training they appreciate and expect from FlightSafety, and to provide our teammates with a more efficient and productive work environment.”

The existing building will be renovated and reconfigured with a new wing being added that features facilities for flight crew emergency training that includes a pool and other specialised equipment. Once completed, the center will have eight full flight simulator bays, MATRIX equipped classrooms, debriefing areas and facilities for Graphical Flight-Deck Simulators.

The Teterboro center currently offers training programs for aircraft manufactured by Dassault. They include the Falcon 50EX, Falcon 2000, Falcon 2000EX EASy, Falcon 900EX, and Falcon 900EX EASy. The center also has a full scale aircraft cabin trainer used for crew emergency and service courses.