Coptersafety to offer H145 FFS training
Coptersafety has introduced an H145 level D full-flight simulator at its training centre in Helsinki, Finland, the company announced on 31 October.
The simulator, delivered by Tru Simulation + Training, has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) level D certification from the Finnish Civil Aviation Authority.
The simulator installation began in July 2017 and was completed in three months. The company will offer H145 training to customers across a range of operating envelopes, including emergency medical services, passenger and corporate transport and search and rescue operations.
One of Coptersafety’s first H145 simulator clients will be Babcock Scandinavian AirAmbulance.
Mikko Dahlman, CEO of Coptersafety, said: ‘This is the first major milestone on Coptersafety’s journey of becoming the world’s leading training service provider.
‘This is where our true training capabilities really can start. I am pleased to inaugurate the world’s most advanced H145 simulator, predictably on schedule and to invite all H145 helicopter operators to improve the safety performance of their operations.’
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