Flightsafety to provide Dassault authorized training
FlightSafety International is pleased to announce that it is the first company to receive a Dassault Authorized Training Provider Certificate.
"FlightSafety is proud to be selected as the first organization to receive a Dassault Authorized Training Provider Certificate," said Bruce Whitman, President & CEO. "This clearly demonstrates our commitment and ability to provide Dassault and all Falcon Jet aircraft operators with the high quality training programs and equipment, exceptional value, and outstanding service they require and deserve."
The new Dassault Authorized Training Provider program is designed to ensure that Falcon Jet operators from around the world receive training in accordance with the Falcon Training Policy Manual.
"FlightSafety has always demonstrated the highest standards for pilot, aircraft maintenance technician and flight attendant training, and helps our customers to operate our industry-leading Falcon Jet aircraft safely and efficiently," said John Rosanvallon, President, Dassault Falcon Jet.
"Our extensive review of FlightSafety's quality management systems and processes confirms that the company complies with the stringent criteria required to receive a Dassault Authorized Training Provider Certificate. Specific technical audit of F7X pilot training is about to be completed and will be shortly followed by the audits of other EASy aircraft" said Gerard Dailloux, Vice President, Falcon Operational Support. "An outstanding job by FlightSafety."
FlightSafety provides professional training for the Falcon 10/100, Falcon 20/20-5, Falcon 50 and 50 EX, Falcon 200, Falcon 2000, 2000DX, 2000LX, 2000EX and 2000EX EASy, Falcon 900, 900B, 900C, 900DX, 900EX, 900EX EASy, 900LX and 7X aircraft. Training is available at FlightSafety's Learning Centers in Columbus, Ohio; Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas; the Greater Philadelphia Wilmington area; Teterboro, New Jersey; and at the Paris-Le Bourget airport.
Pilots, maintenance technicians and other aviation professionals who operate and support Dassault Falcon aircraft benefit from FlightSafety's highly qualified and experienced instructors, comprehensive training programs, advanced flight simulators and MATRIX integrated training system.
Source: FlightSafety International
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