FlightSafety and Gulfstream expand training programme
FlightSafety and Gulfstream are expanding the total technical training programme to include aircraft cabin systems courses.
The total technical training program, developed jointly by FlightSafety and Gulfstream, is designed to improve troubleshooting skills and increase the operational knowledge of those who support and maintain Gulfstream aircraft.
“Today’s advanced technology cabins require an increased focus on equipping Flight Attendants and Flight Engineers with the knowledge they need to ensure that passengers can easily leverage the business and entertainment tools in the cabin,” said Tim Steinhauser, director of Customer Relations for Gulfstream. “We’ve embedded an experienced Gulfstream Cabin Operations expert into the FlightSafety program, reinforcing the classroom training with practical, on-equipment experiences in the aircraft or in specially designed labs.”
“Expanding the total technical training program to include Gulfstream aircraft cabin systems courses shows our commitment to provide the very best practical, hands-on instruction,” said Chip White, manager, Savannah Learning Center. “The new Cabin Systems courses will offer the latest, most complete information from Gulfstream and FlightSafety, and will be delivered by highly qualified instructors using advanced training devices and systems.”
Gulfstream G650 cabin systems and Gulfstream G450 and G550 elite cabin systems courses are available at FlightSafety’s Savannah learning center.