Pilatus and FlightSafety signs training agreement for the new PC-24 twin-jet
FlightSafety announced that it has signed a master training agreement with Pilatus for the new PC-24 twin-jet.
The current plan is to install the simulator at FlightSafety’s learning center in Dallas, Texas.
“We are honored that Pilatus has selected FlightSafety as their training provider for the new PC-24 aircraft,” said Bruce Whitman, president & CEO. “Pilatus and FlightSafety are mutually committed to provide PC-24 owners and operators with the highest quality training designed to enhance safety.”
“FlightSafety’s experience, high quality training programs and reputation for outstanding customer service, made it the ideal choice to serve as the exclusive authorized training provider for the new Pilatus PC-24,” said Oscar J. Schwenk, chairman of the Board, Pilatus Aircraft Ltd.
FlightSafety’s courseware developers and simulation engineers are working closely with Pilatus to develop the PC-24 training programs and equipment.
FlightSafety currently offers training for the Pilatus PC-12NG at its learning center in Dallas, Texas. The center will also provide training for the Pilatus PC-12-47 (Series 10) aircraft in early 2014.