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World-Class Training and Simulation. Worldwide Reach.
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World-Class Training and Simulation.
Worldwide Reach.
Introduction to FlightSafety
Updated 09/16
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FlightSafety:
Always Ahead of the Curve
Need training for a one-pilot operation? Comprehensive
support for an airline or large flight department? No matter
what size your operation, FlightSafety keeps you Ahead of
the Curve with professional, type-specific training solutions.
When you choose FlightSafety, you leverage the unmatched
resources of the world leader in aviation training and simulation.
The FlightSafety Story
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North America
Europe
Africa
Asia-Pacific
South America
Global Training Network
We provide factory-authorized training at convenient
locations in our worldwide Learning Center network. Check
back often – we constantly update and expand our training.
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Training Centers
ATLANTA, GA
Pilot Training
Beechcraft King Air 90, A90/B90
Beechcraft King Air C90/E90
Beechcraft King Air C90A/C90B
Beechcraft King Air F90
Beechcraft King Air 200/B200
Beechcraft King Air 300/350
Bombardier Dash 8 Q100/Q200/Q300
Bombardier Learjet 31A
Bombardier Learjet 35A
Bombardier Learjet 40/40XR
Bombardier Learjet 45/45XR
Bombardier Learjet 60
Cessna Citation I/II/SII
Cessna Citation Sovereign
Embraer EMB 120
Lockheed JetStar
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Bombardier CRJ200
Bombardier CRJ700
CINCINNATI, OH
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Bombardier CRJ200
Embraer ERJ 135/140/145
Embraer E-Jets 170/175
COLUMBUS, OH
Pilot Training
Bombardier Challenger 350
Bombardier Challenger 650
Bombardier Global 5000/6000
Cessna Citation Excel
Cessna Citation Latitude*
Cessna Citation Sovereign
Cessna Citation X
Cessna Citation XLS
Cessna Citation XLS+*
Dassault Falcon 2000
Dassault Falcon 2000EX
Hawker 750/800/800XP/850XP/900XP
Other Training
General Emergency Training
MedAire Training
DALEVILLE, AL
Government Contract Pilot Training
Beechcraft 200 UC-12B
Beechcraft King Air C-12D
Beechcraft King Air C-12D (Universal EFIS)
Beechcraft King Air C-12U
Beechcraft King Air C-12V (Pro Line 21 EFIS)
DOTHAN, AL
Government Contract Pilot Training
Beechcraft King Air C-12C/D
DALLAS, TX
NORTH LEARNING CENTER
Pilot Training
Bell 212
Bell 412EP
Bell 430
Dassault Falcon 20/20-5
Dassault Falcon 2000
Dassault Falcon 2000EX
Dassault Falcon 2000EX EASy/DX/LX/S/LXS
Dassault Falcon 7X
Dassault Falcon 900C
Dassault Falcon 900EX
Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy/DX/LX
Gulfstream G100
Gulfstream G150
Gulfstream G200
Gulfstream G280
Gulfstream G350/G450
Gulfstream G550
Gulfstream GII/GIII
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400
Pilatus PC-12/47E
Pilatus PC-12/47
Pilatus PC-24*
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Bombardier CRJ700
Bombardier CRJ900
Embraer ERJ 135/140/145
Maintenance Training
Dassault Falcon 10/100
Dassault Falcon 20/20-5
Dassault Falcon 2000
Dassault Falcon 2000EX
Dassault Falcon 2000EX EASy/DX/LX/S/LXS
Dassault Falcon 50
Dassault Falcon 50EX
Dassault Falcon 7X
Dassault Falcon 900
Dassault Falcon 900B
Dassault Falcon 900C
Dassault Falcon 900EX
Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy/DX/LX
Gulfstream G100
Gulfstream G150
Gulfstream G200
Gulfstream G280
Gulfstream GII/III
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400
Honeywell Aerospace†
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
Other Training
General Emergency Training
MedAire Training
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Embraer E-Jets 170/175
GREENSBORO, NC
Pilot Training
HondaJet
Maintenance Training
HondaJet
HONG KONG, CHINA
Pilot Training
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400
Gulfstream G550
DALLAS, TX
SOUTH LEARNING CENTER
Pilot Training
Airbus Helicopters H135
Bell 212
Bell 412EP-Fast Fin
Sikorsky S-76B
HOUSTON, TX
Pilot Training
ATR 42/72
ATR 42/72-500
Bombardier Challenger 601-3A/3R
Dassault Falcon 50
Dassault Falcon 10/100
Embraer ERJ 135/140/145
Embraer Legacy 600
Hawker 750/800/800XP/850XP/900XP
Saab 340A/B
Dry Lease Pilot Training
ATR 42/72
ATR 42/72-500
Saab 340A/B
Maintenance Training
ATR 42/72
ATR 42/72-500
Embraer EMB 120
Embraer ERJ 135/140/145
Embraer Legacy 600
Embraer Legacy 650
Saab 340A/B
DENVER, CO*
Pilot Training
Airbus Helicopters AS350 B3*
Airbus Helicopters H130*
Airbus Helicopters H135*
Bell 407GXP*
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
Pilot Training
Beechcraft Beech 1900D
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Bombardier Dash 8 Q100/Q200/Q300
Embraer ERJ 135/140/145
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Training Centers
LAFAYETTE, LA
Pilot Training
Bell 206
Bell 407
Leonardo AW139
Sikorsky S-76C+/C++
Sikorsky S-92
LONDON FARNBOROUGH, UK
Pilot Training
Beechcraft Beechjet 400A
Beechcraft King Air 200/B200
Bombardier Q400
Cessna Citation Bravo
Cessna Citation CJ2
Cessna Citation Excel
Cessna Citation Mustang
Cessna Citation Sovereign
Cessna Citation XLS
Cessna Citation XLS+
Gulfstream G550
Gulfstream G650*
Hawker 400XP
Hawker 750/800/800XP/850XP/900XP
Sikorsky S-92
Maintenance Training
Gulfstream G350/G450 upon request
Gulfstream G550 upon request
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400 upon request
Gulfstream GV upon request
LONG BEACH, CA
Pilot Training
Beechcraft King Air 90, A90/B90
Beechcraft King Air C90/E90
Beechcraft King Air C90A/C90B
Beechcraft King Air F90
Beechcraft King Air 100/A100
Beechcraft King Air 200/B200
Cessna Citation I/II/SII
Cessna Citation V
Gulfstream G350/G450
Gulfstream G550
Gulfstream G650
Gulfstream GII/GIII
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400
Gulfstream GV
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Embraer EMB 120
Maintenance Training
Gulfstream G350/G450 upon request
Gulfstream G550 upon request
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400
Gulfstream GV upon request
Other Training
Cabin Attendant Training
General Emergency Training
MedAire Training
MONTREAL, CANADA
Maintenance Training
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
NEW YORK, NY
Pilot Training
Beechcraft Beech 1900A/B/C
Beechcraft Beech 1900D
Beechcraft King Air 90, A90/B90
Beechcraft King Air C90/E90
Beechcraft King Air C90A/C90B
Beechcraft King Air F90
Beechcraft King Air 100/A100
Beechcraft King Air B100
Beechcraft King Air 200/B200
Shorts 360
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Shorts 360
Other Training
FAA Aircraft Dispatch License Course
ORLANDO, FL
Pilot Training
Cessna Citation Bravo
Cessna Citation CJ1+
Cessna Citation CJ2
Cessna Citation CJ3
Cessna Citation CJ4
Cessna Citation Encore/Encore+
Cessna Citation Excel
Cessna Citation Mustang
Cessna Citation Sovereign
Cessna Citation X
Cessna Citation XLS
Cessna Citation XLS+
PARIS, FRANCE
Pilot Training
Dassault Falcon 10/100
Dassault Falcon 20/20-5
Dassault Falcon 2000
Dassault Falcon 2000EX
Dassault Falcon 2000EX EASy/DX/LX/S/LXS
Dassault Falcon 50
Dassault Falcon 50EX
Dassault Falcon 7X
Dassault Falcon 900
Dassault Falcon 900B
Dassault Falcon 900C
Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy/DX/LX
Embraer E-Jets 170/175/190/195
Embraer ERJ 135/140/145
Embraer Legacy 600
Embraer Legacy 650
Embraer Lineage 1000
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Embraer EMB 120
Maintenance Training
Dassault Falcon 10/100
Dassault Falcon 20/20-5
Dassault Falcon 2000
Dassault Falcon 2000EX
Dassault Falcon 2000EX EASy/DX/LX/S/LXS
Dassault Falcon 50
Dassault Falcon 50EX
Dassault Falcon 7X
Dassault Falcon 900
Dassault Falcon 900B
Dassault Falcon 900C
Dassault Falcon 900EX
Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy/DX/LX
Embraer ERJ 135/140/145
Embraer Legacy 450
Embraer Legacy 500
Embraer Legacy 600
Embraer Legacy 650
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
Other Training
Cabin Attendant Training
Crew Emergency Training
ST. LOUIS, MO
Pilot Training
Bombardier Challenger 850
Bombardier CRJ200
Bombardier CRJ700
Bombardier CRJ900
Embraer E-Jets 170/175/190/195
Embraer ERJ 130/140/145
Embraer Legacy 450
Embraer Legacy 500
Embraer Legacy 600
Embraer Legacy 650
Embraer Lineage 1000
Jetstream 31/32
Sabreliner 40/60
Sabreliner 65
Sabreliner 75A/80
Maintenance Training
Embraer E-Jets 170/175/190/195
Embraer ERJ 135/140/145
Embraer Legacy 450
Embraer Legacy 500
Embraer Legacy 600
Embraer Legacy 650
Embraer Lineage 1000
Fairchild SA226/SA227
Other Training
Corporate Scheduler/Dispatcher Training
FAA Aircraft Dispatch License Course
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Bombardier CRJ200
Bombardier CRJ700
Bombardier CRJ900
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Training Centers
SAN ANTONIO, TX
Pilot Training
Cessna CitationJet
Cessna Citation CJ1
Cessna Citation CJ1+
Cessna Citation CJ2+
Cessna Citation Excel
Cessna Citation I/II/SII
Cessna Citation III/VI/VII
Cessna Citation Ultra
Cessna Citation XLS
Cessna Citation XLS+
Fairchild SA226/SA227
SAVANNAH, GA
Pilot Training
Gulfstream G350/G450
Gulfstream G500*
Gulfstream G550
Gulfstream G600*
Gulfstream G650
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400
Gulfstream GV
Maintenance Training
Aircraft Communications & Navigation
Aircraft Electronic Technician (AET)
Gulfstream G350/G450
Gulfstream G550
Gulfstream G650
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400
Gulfstream GV
Other Training
Corporate Cabin Attendant Training
General Emergency Training
MedAire Training
SEATTLE, WA
Pilot Training
Beechcraft Beech 1900D
Bombardier Dash 8 Q100/Q200/Q300
Bombardier Q400
Jetstream 31/32
Metro III/Merlin IV (SA227)
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Beechcraft Beech 1900D
Bombardier Dash 8 Q100/Q200/Q300
Bombardier Q400
Jetstream 31/32
Metro III/Merlin IV (SA227)
STAVANGER, NORWAY
Pilot Training
Sikorsky S-92
TETERBORO, NJ
Pilot Training
Dassault Falcon 2000
Dassault Falcon 2000EX
Dassault Falcon 2000EX EASy/DX/LX/S/LXS
Dassault Falcon 50EX
Dassault Falcon 900
Dassault Falcon 900B
Dassault Falcon 900C
Dassault Falcon 900EX
Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy/DX/LX
Maintenance Training
Dassault Falcon 50EX
Dassault Falcon 900
Dassault Falcon 900B
Dassault Falcon 900C
Dassault Falcon 900EX
Other Training
Corporate Cabin Attendant Training
General Emergency Training
MedAire Training
TOKYO, JAPAN
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Bombardier CRJ200
Bombardier CRJ700
Bombardier CRJ900
Bombardier Q400
TORONTO, CANADA
Pilot Training
Beechcraft Beech 1900D
Bombardier Dash 7
Bombardier Dash 8 Q100/Q200/Q300
Bombardier Q400
Twin Otter
Maintenance Training
Bombardier Dash 7
Bombardier Dash 8 Q100/Q200/Q300
Bombardier Q400
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
Twin Otter
TUCSON, AZ
Pilot Training
Bombardier Challenger 601-3A/3R
Bombardier Challenger 604
Bombardier Learjet 31A
Bombardier Learjet 35A
Bombardier Learjet 40/40XR
Bombardier Learjet 45/45XR
Bombardier Learjet 60
Maintenance Training
Aircraft Electronic Technician (AET)
Bombardier Challenger 600
Bombardier Challenger 601-1A/1B
Bombardier Challenger 601-3A/3R
Bombardier Challenger 604
Bombardier Learjet 31A
Bombardier Learjet 35A
Bombardier Learjet 40/40XR
Bombardier Learjet 45/45XR
Bombardier Learjet 60
VERO BEACH, FL
FLIGHTSAFETY ACADEMY
Pilot Training
FlightSafety Academy offers
ab initio training on a fleet of
more than 90 training aircraft.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
Pilot Training
Piaggio Aero P.180 Avanti
Piaggio Aero P.180 Avanti II
Sikorsky S-70 A/L
Sikorsky S-70i
Sikorsky S-76C+/C++
Sikorsky S-76D
Sikorsky S-92
Maintenance Training
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
Sikorsky S-70 A/L
Sikorsky S-70i
Sikorsky S-76B
Sikorsky S-76C+/C++
Sikorsky S-76D
Sikorsky S-92
WICHITA, KS, CESSNA
Pilot Training
Cessna Caravan I
Cessna Citation CJ1+
Cessna Citation CJ3
Cessna Citation Encore
Cessna Citation Latitude
Cessna Citation Sovereign
Cessna Citation Sovereign+
Cessna Citation X
Cessna Citation X+
WICHITA, KS
CESSNA MAINTENANCE CENTER
Maintenance Training
Cessna Caravan I/G600/G1000
Cessna Citation Bravo
Cessna Citation Encore
Cessna Citation Encore+
Cessna Citation Excel
Cessna CitationJet
Cessna Citation CJ1
Cessna Citation CJ1+
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Training Centers
Cessna Citation CJ2
Cessna Citation CJ2+
Cessna Citation CJ3
Cessna Citation CJ3+
Cessna Citation CJ4
Cessna Citation I/II/SII
Cessna Citation III/VI/VII
Cessna Citation Latitude
Cessna Citation M2
Cessna Citation Mustang
Cessna Citation Sovereign
Cessna Citation Sovereign+
Cessna Citation Ultra
Cessna Citation V
Cessna Citation X
Cessna Citation X+
Cessna Citation XLS
Cessna Citation XLS+
Honeywell Aerospace†
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
WICHITA, KS
EAST PILOT CENTER
Pilot Training
Beechcraft Baron
Beechcraft Beechjet 400/MU-300
Beechcraft Beechjet 400A
Beechcraft Bonanza
Beechcraft King Air 200/B200
Beechcraft King Air 200GT/250
Beechcraft King Air 300/350
Beechcraft King Air C90/E90
Beechcraft King Air C90/GTi/X
Beechcraft King Air C90A/C90B
Beechcraft King Air F90
Beechcraft Premier I/IA
Cessna Caravan I/G600/G1000
Cessna Citation CJ3+
Cessna Citation M2
Cessna Citation Mustang
Hawker 400XP
Hawker 750/800/800XP/850XP/900XP
Hawker 4000
WICHITA, KS
EAST MAINTENANCE CENTER
Maintenance Training
Beechcraft Baron
Beechcraft Beech 1900A/B/C
Beechcraft Beech 1900D
Beechcraft Beechjet 400/MU-300
Beechcraft Beechjet 400A
Beechcraft Bonanza
Beechcraft King Air 200/B200
Beechcraft King Air 200GT/250
Beechcraft King Air 300/350
Beechcraft King Air 90, A90/B90
Beechcraft King Air C90/E90
Beechcraft King Air C90A/C90B
Beechcraft King Air C90GTi/X
Beechcraft Premier I/IA
Hawker 400XP
Hawker 750/800/800XP/850XP/900XP
Hawker 4000
Piaggio Aero P.180 Avanti
Piaggio Aero P.180 Avanti II
Piaggio Aero EVO
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
WILMINGTON, DE
Pilot Training
Beechcraft Premier I/IA
Bombardier Challenger 300
Bombardier Challenger 604/605
Bombardier Challenger 605
Bombardier Global Express
Bombardier Global Express XRS/5000
Dassault Falcon 900/900B
Gulfstream G200
Gulfstream G550
Gulfstream G650
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400
Gulfstream GV
Hawker 700
Hawker 750/800/800XP/850XP/900XP
IAI Astra, Astra SP
IAI Westwind
Maintenance Training
Bombardier Challenger 300
Bombardier Challenger 350
Bombardier Challenger 604
Bombardier Challenger 605
Bombardier Global Express
Bombardier Global Express XRS
Bombardier Global 5000
Dassault Falcon 2000
Dassault Falcon 2000EX
Dassault Falcon 2000EX EASy/DX/LX/S/LXS
Dassault Falcon 50
Dassault Falcon 50EX
Dassault Falcon 900/900B/900C
Dassault Falcon 900EX
Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy/DX/LX
Gulfstream G350/G450 upon request
Gulfstream G550 upon request
Gulfstream GIV/G300/G400 upon request
Gulfstream GV upon request
Hawker 700
Hawker 750/800/800XP/850XP/900XP
IAI Astra, Astra SP
IAI Westwind
SATELLITE TRAINING LOCATIONS
AMMAN, JORDAN
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Embraer E-Jets 170/175
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Pilot Training
Embraer E-Jets 170/175/190/195
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA
Maintenance Training
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
CURITIBA, BRAZIL
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Embraer ERJ 145
EXETER, UK
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Embraer E-Jets 170/175/190/195
Bombardier Q400
HAIKOU, CHINA
Maintenance Training
Gulfstream G550 and G450*
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
LANSERIA, SOUTH AFRICA
Maintenance Training
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
SHREVEPORT, LA
Dry Lease Pilot Training
Airbus Helicopters AS350 B2
Airbus Helicopters EC145*
Airbus Helicopters H135
SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE
Pilot Training
Sikorsky S-76C+/C++
Maintenance Training
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
BANGALORE, INDIA*
Maintenance Training
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
BOTUCATU, BRAZIL
Maintenance Training
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
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Professional Training
We offer pilot, maintenance technician, flight attendant and
scheduler/dispatcher training for a wide range of business,
commercial and military aircraft, both fixed-wing and helicopter.
Pilot
Initial and recurrent training developed in close
collaboration with the manufacturer. eLearning, LiveLearning,
enrichment and specialty courses.
Corporate Fixed Wing
Corporate Helicopter
Commercial Pilot
FlightSafety Academy
Outstanding instructors provide exceptional Customer service.
FlightBag
Build proficiency with FlightBag, our second-generation
training materials app. Customized modules provide aviation
professionals with relevant training materials in interactive
formats with a more intuitive user interface. High-resolution,
on-screen graphics replicate aircraft flight deck, systems and
components. Automatic updates ensure the most current
information – where and whenever you need it.
FlightBag gives 30-days advance access to training materials.
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Professional Training
Maintenance
Initial and update training for maintenance technicians,
developed in close collaboration with the aircraft manufacturer.
Avionics, troubleshooting, Master Technician, eLearning and
LiveLearning courses.
FlightSafety is the only Part 147 training organization
conducting practical training in conjunction with aircraft and
engine manufacturers and in world-class, purpose-built training
centers. We offer maintenance training courses for aircraft
manufactured by Beechcraft, Bell Helicopter, Bombardier
Aerospace, Cessna, Dassault Falcon, Embraer, Gulfstream,
HondaJet, Leonardo, Piaggio Aero, Pilatus and Sikorsky.
Our courses include the standard-setting Master Technician
program, hands-on programs and training for Pratt & Whitney
Canada engines and Honeywell Aerospace products – all
recognized the world over for quality, effectiveness and value.
Corporate MX Technician
Commercial MX Technician
Pratt & Whitney Canada Engines
Practical, comprehensive, safety-focused training.
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Professional Training
Flight Attendant
Corporate and commercial flight attendant training, meeting
regulatory requirements. Full-scale aircraft mock-ups
provide realistic, hands-on training.
Corporate Flight Attendant
Ab Initio Flight Attendant
Commercial Flight Attendant
Training for any cabin situation, routine or emergency.
Scheduler/Dispatcher
FAA License dispatch training for commercial flight
attendants and corporate scheduler/dispatcher training.
FAA License Dispatch
Corporate Scheduler/Dispatcher
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Strong OEM Relationships
We developed the first factory-authorized training agreement
in the 1960s and today provide training for a wide range of
manufacturers of commercial, business and military aircraft.
Our close working relationships with the manufacturers
mean accurate, up-to-date information and latest best
practices throughout your training. Check out our training
for aircraft by these manufacturers.
Commercial Aviation Training
Business & Corporate Aviation Training
Airbus Helicopters
Beechcraft
Bell Helicopter
Bombardier
Cessna Citation
Cessna
Dassault Falcon
Embraer
Fairchild Dornier
Gulfstream
Aerospatiale (ATR)
Beechcraft
Honda Aircraft
Honeywell Aerospace
Bombardier
British Aerospace
IAI
Leonardo Helicopters
Embraer
Fairchild Dornier
Lockheed
Piaggio
Pratt & Whitney Canada
Saab
Pilatus
Pratt & Whitney Canada
Sabreliner
Sikorsky
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Simulation Manufacture
and Support
Drawing on our six decades of training experience and four
decades of simulator manufacture, we design, engineer and
build the most advanced training equipment for virtually any
aircraft or helicopter.
• Full flight Level D simulator design, engineering
and manufacture
• Industry-leading visual systems
• Highest-fidelity glass displays
• Full range of advanced-technology training equipment
Check out our industry-leading simulation capabilities.
An introduction to our new center of simulation excellence.
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Military, Government
Training Mission Support
Mission-critical training programs and equipment to military,
law enforcement and government flight crews the world
over – including every branch of the U.S. military.
• Operations at dozens of training locations worldwide
• Training for tankers, transport aircraft, tilt-rotor and
rotor-wing aircraft, cargo load, refueling boom operator
and egress systems
• Partner with more than 40 national governments
Serving U.S. Armed Forces and allied militaries worldwide.
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ELREY B. JEPPESEN Navigational Aviation Pioneer
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WERNHER VON BRAUN Director, NASA Marshall Space Flight
A Legacy of Trust
Aviation professionals from around the world trust FlightSafety to
continuously provide the highest quality training and outstanding service they
expect and deserve – and have since 1951. Today more than 1,800 highly
experienced professional instructors deliver aircraft and mission-specific
courses, using FlightSafety’s comprehensive training systems and advanced
technology flight simulators designed to enhance safety. Learn why so many
aviation professionals choose FlightSafety by reviewing the profiles above.
We Have Served Business Aviation Since the Beginning
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FlightSafety History
We’ve been keeping Customers Ahead of the Curve for more than six decades.
Take a stroll through our history of training leadership and innovation.
1950s
1970s
2010s
1950s
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A.L. Ueltschi opens Frankfort Flying Service offering
flying lessons on weekends in his Piper Cub.
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Link GAT I Trainer
A.L. Ueltschi gains experience in
instrument and night flight with Queen
City Flying Service in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1933 A.L. Ueltschi solos at age 16 in OX-5 Waco.
1935 A.L. Ueltschi borrows $3,500 against his business,
Little Hawk burger stands, to buy a Waco 10 aircraft.
1941 Pan American Airways hires A.L. Ueltschi.
1951 FlightSafety incorporates and begins operations in the
Marine Air Terminal at New York’s LaGuardia Airport.
1951 FlightSafety rents a Link trainer, the company’s first training device.
1953 Expands capabilities with the purchase of four Link trainers.
1955 Purchases the Link Translator, the company’s first flight simulator.
FlightSafety’s Dehmel Duplicators, seen here at the Marine Air
A.L. Ueltschi hires on at Pan American Airways
and is later assigned as Juan Trippe’s pilot.
Terminal, were among the most advanced devices of their day.
A.L. Ueltschi,
right, with a client
in one of the
original four Link
Translators.
1960s
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1961 Bruce Whitman joins FlightSafety.
1962 First type-specific trainer – using actual flight deck paired with analog
computers and hydraulic-motion base – goes into service.
1963 Revenues top $1 million.
1966 Falcon Jet names FlightSafety its factory-authorized training provider.
1966 Opens Learning Center in Houston, Texas.
1966 Opens FlightSafety Academy in Vero Beach, Florida.
FlightSafety Academy
opens, becoming one of
the world’s premier
primary flight schools.
1967 Opens Learning Center in Long Beach, California.
1967 Signs training agreement with Hawker Siddeley.
1968 Initial Public Stock Offering.
1968 Revenues reach $5.6 million.
In 1969 FlightSafety
replaces analog
processing with
digital systems
for significantly
improved simulator
performance.
1969 Trains 2,500 professional pilots and 4,000 student pilots.
In 1969, FlightSafety
trains 2,500 professional
pilots and 4,000 student
1969 Gulfstream names FlightSafety its factory-authorized training provider.
1969 Learjet names FlightSafety its factory-authorized training provider.
pilots in the United States.
Bruce Whitman joins
FlightSafety’s
FlightSafety in 1961 as
first type-specific
assistant to the president.
trainer – the
A year later he is named
Falcon Jet 20.
executive vice president.
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FlightSafety introduces type-specific hydraulic
platform with FAA-approved visual system.
1970 American Stock Exchange lists FlightSafety.
1970 Revenue doubles in three years, from $4.3 million in 1967 to $9 million in 1970.
1971 Opens Learjet Learning Center in Wichita, Kansas.
1973 Opens Learning Center in the Greater Philadelphia/Wilmington area.
1973 Flight Safety Inc. becomes FlightSafety International.
1973 Opens Gulfstream Learning Center in Savannah, Georgia.
1974 Offers new Falcon 20 digital simulator with FAA-approved visual system.
1974 Establishes MarineSafety International to provide training for ship crews.
1974 Opens Learning Center in Memphis, Tennessee.
1974 Sabreliner names FlightSafety its factory-authorized
training provider.
1974 Opens Sabreliner Learning Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
1974 Cessna names FlightSafety its factory-authorized
training provider.
1975 Opens Learning Center in Teterboro, New Jersey.
Backlighted displays
animated with sequential
lights and moving parts bring
realism to the classroom.
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1975 Signs training agreement with Mitsubishi
Aircraft International.
1976 Introduces ProCard, awarded to
Customers for achieving highest
standards of proficiency.
1976 Opens Cessna Citation Learning Center
in Wichita, Kansas.
1976 Opens Learning Center in
San Antonio, Texas.
1976 Opens Learning Center
in France.
1977 Opens Learning Center
in Atlanta, Georgia.
1977 Bell Helicopter names FlightSafety its
factory-authorized training provider.
1977 Opens Learning Center in Tucson, Arizona.
1977 Piper Aircraft Corporation names FlightSafety its
factory-authorized training provider.
1977 Operates 16 Learning Centers and is the
factory-authorized trainer for 11 manufacturers.
FlightSafety operates 30
simulators worldwide.
1977 Purchases simulator manufacturer Atkins and
Merrill in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to create FlightSafety Simulation.
1978 Operates 30 simulators at Learning Centers in the United States, Canada and
Europe. Revenues reach $43 million.
1978 Begins advertising series featuring leading Chief Executive Officers testifying
to the value and quality of FlightSafety training. The series continues today.
1979 Cessna Aircraft Company signs largest training agreement to date for initial
and recurrent training on six aircraft models, including three Citation jets.
1979 Becomes authorized training provider for the Canadair Challenger aircraft.
1979 Signs agreement to provide Fairchild SA226 Metro aircraft training.
Leaders who insist on
training with the leader
endorse FlightSafety.
FlightSafety serves as authorized trainer for
15 aircraft manufacturers. Client list reaches
1,200 business aircraft operators and airlines.
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1980 New York Stock Exchange lists FlightSafety.
1980 Opens Learning Center in Montreal, Canada.
1980 Opens Learning Center in the Detroit Metro/Toledo area.
1980 SAAB names FlightSafety its factory-authorized training provider.
1980 Opens Bell Helicopter Learning Center in Hurst, Texas.
1980 Opens Learning Center in Lakeland, Florida.
1981 FlightSafety’s first full flight helicopter simulator enters service.
1982 Operates 23 Learning Centers in the United States,
Canada and France with 50 flight simulators.
1983 Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation names FlightSafety
its factory-authorized training provider.
1983 Opens Learning Center in West Palm Beach, Florida.
1985 DeHavilland names FlightSafety its
factory-authorized training provider.
1985 Opens Learning Center in Daleville, Alabama.
Interactive training
program modules allow students
to learn at their own pace.
FlightSafety invests $100 million
in airline training.
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1986 Revenues grow to more than $110 million.
1986 Becomes authorized training provider for
Avions de Transport Regional (ATR).
1986 Beech Aircraft Corporation names
FlightSafety its factory-authorized
training provider.
1987 Opens Beechcraft Learning Center
in Wichita, Kansas.
1987 Opens Learning Center in Toronto, Canada.
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1987 Opens Learning Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1987 Opens Learning Center in Dothan, Alabama.
1987 FlightSafety Simulation moves to new facility
in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
1987 Opens Cessna Maintenance Training Center
in Wichita, Kansas.
1987 Mooney Airplane names FlightSafety its
factory-authorized training provider.
1987 Offers first EMS helicopter training program.
A Cessna Citation III simulator,
1988 Factory-authorized training provider for
20 aircraft manufacturers, operating a
total of 32 Learning Centers.
one of the ever-more-sophisticated
full flight simulators built in close
collaboration with the manufacturer.
1988 Acquires what is now known as FlightSafety Services Corporation.
1989 A member of the team selected by the United States Air Force to produce
Weapons Systems Trainers and flight training devices for the C-17 aircraft.
1989 Opens Learning Center in Seattle, Washington.
Pilots training in a
FlightSafety operates
Boeing 727 simulator.
50 simulators in
32 Learning Centers
worldwide.
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FlightSafety launches
Master Technician
training program in 1994.
1990 Piaggio Aero names FlightSafety its factory-authorized training provider.
1991 Embraer enters into training agreement with FlightSafety.
1992 First pilot receives ATP helicopter certificate and type rating (S-76)
in a simulator without taking a check ride in an aircraft.
1992 The United States Air Force selects FlightSafety to provide KC-135
Stratotanker training.
1992 Opens airline Learning Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1993 Acquires Visual Simulation Systems manufacturing company.
1993 Receives contract from the United States Air Force
to provide C-135 aircraft training.
1994 World’s first FAA Level D-qualified rotorcraft
simulator enters service.
1994 Opens airline Learning Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
1994 Introduces Master Technician training program.
1994 Begins cabin attendant training program.
In 1994 the National Aeronautic
Association awards A.L. Ueltschi
one of aviation’s highest honors,
the Wright Brothers Trophy.
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1996 Berkshire Hathaway acquires FlightSafety.
1997 Member of the team awarded Joint Primary Air Training System
(JPATS) Ground Based Training System contract.
1994 Receives contract to support the United
States Joint Surveillance Target Attack
Radar System.
1997 Designs and manufactures the first full flight simulators and flight
training devices for the United States Marine Corps and Air Force
Osprey program.
1995 Offers first dispatcher training class.
1999 Receives Type-Rating Training Organization (TRTO) approval.
1996 Operates more than 100 simulators for
more than 50 different types of aircraft,
training more than 50,000 pilots and
maintenance technicians annually at
36 Learning Centers worldwide. Serves
as the authorized trainer for 20 aircraft
manufacturers.
1999 Opens Learning Center in Columbus, Ohio.
FlightSafety operates
more than 100 simulators
for more than 50 different
types of aircraft worldwide.
The new ideal classroom, developed by FlightSafety
and introduced at the Savannah Learning Center in 1995,
delivers the full potential of interactive courseware to
maximize the learning process for pilots and technicians.
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2003 Bruce Whitman named President and CEO.
2000 Opens Learning Center in Dallas, Texas.
2003 Introduces MATRIX integrated advanced
full flight simulator training technology.
2001 Celebrates 50th anniversary.
2003 Opens Learning Center in Orlando, Florida.
2001 A.L. Ueltschi enshrined in National
Aviation Hall of Fame.
2004 Awarded the U.S. Army Flight School XXI contract.
2005 Opens Training Center at the London Farnborough airport.
2006 Introduces the world’s first simulator equipped with electric motion
and control loading.
2006 Introduces the VITAL X Visual System.
2006 Awarded a contract from the Air Mobility Command for KC-10 training.
2006 A.L. Ueltschi receives Wings Club Distinguished Achievement Award.
FlightSafety has built and
In 2003, debuts myFlightSafety,
delivered more than 400
a revolutionary online training
simulators for more than
management tool.
60 different aircraft.
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2007 Awarded FAA single Part 142 certificate for
FlightSafety’s network of Learning Centers.
2007 Launches FlightSafety eLearning.
2009 Opens helicopter Learning Center in Lafayette, Louisiana.
2009 Opens Hawker Beechcraft Maintenance Learning Center in Wichita, Kansas.
2009 Opens new Learning Center in Tokyo, Japan.
2009 Launches Proficiency Protection program for business aviation pilots
and technicians.
2007 Doubles size of Savannah Gulfstream
Maintenance Learning Center.
2009 Expands training services agreement with Gulfstream for new aircraft.
2007 Becomes primary JPATS contractor.
2009 Awards 1,000th Master Technician Certificate.
2007 HondaJet names FlightSafety its
factory-authorized training provider.
FlightSafety employs more than
2008 Opens airline Learning Center in
St. Louis, Missouri.
2008 Expands factory-authorized training
agreement with Hawker Beechcraft.
1,800 of the industry’s best, most
experienced instructors in a
growing number of Learning Centers
around the globe. Instructors use
advanced MATRIX technology to
model dynamic aircraft systems.
Conducts more than 1.3 million hours of
flight and classroom instruction in one year.
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2010 Selected by Pratt & Whitney Canada
to provide engine training worldwide.
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2011 Opens new flight simulation training system design, manufacturing
and support facility in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
2012 Opens Learning Center in Hong Kong.
2012 Installs first CrewView glass mirror display in full flight simulator.
2010 Certified as approved training
organization by Directorate General
of Civil Aviation in Mexico.
2013 Introduces new VITAL 1100 Visual System.
2010 Opens 100,000-square-foot expansion
at the Dallas Learning Center.
2013 Earns United States Air Force contract for KC-46 Aircrew Training System.
2011 Celebrates 60th anniversary.
2014 First FlightSafety FS1000 simulator enters service.
2011 Selected by the United States Air Force
to provide C-5 Aircrew Training.
2014 Selected by Gulfstream as the factory-authorized training provider
for the new G500 and G600 aircraft.
2013 Selected by Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. to provide Pilatus PC-24 training.
2014 Selected by Dassault Falcon as the factory-authorized training provider
for the Falcon 8X.
2014 Announces new Learning Center in Denver, Colorado.
FlightSafety’s interactive classrooms enhance ground school
instruction with aircraft systems adapted from the software
that runs our full flight simulators.
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2015 Rolls-Royce names FlightSafety as an
authorized training provider for BR725
engine and troubleshooting courses.
2015 Dassault Falcon renews approval of FlightSafety as an authorized
training provider.
2015 Selects Aeroglobo to provide Pratt & Whitney Canada engine
training in Brazil.
2015 Offers Upset Prevention and Recovery Training in Wilmington, Delaware.
2015 Extends collaborative training agreement with Pratt & Whitney Canada.
2015 Becomes the first training provider to
meet FAA SMS requirements.
2015 Introduces its new Master Aviator Certification Program.
2015 Selected as exclusive authorized training
provider for the Nextant G90XT.
2016 Receives FAA Level D qualification for two Cessna Caravan simulators
in Wichita, Kansas.
2015 Announces plans to increase fleet
of advanced helicopter simulators
by more than 40 percent.
2016 To build a fourth Airbus A320 simulator for Wisesoft Corporation of China.
2015 Receives FAA qualification for the first flight
simulator expanded aerodynamic model for
Upset Prevention and Recovery Training.
VITAL 1100, the latest version of our
industry-leading simulation visuals,
brings unprecedented fidelity to training.
2016 Announces start of training for Sikorsky S-76C+/C++ in Singapore.
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Amway Corporation
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GEICO
Today’s corporate leaders, engaging competitors on a
Honeywell
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Goodrich
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Lewis Energy Group
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Alphabet Inc.
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Tata Sons
global scale, must be innovators, motivators and tough
decision-makers. They don’t lend their endorsements lightly –
Dassault Falcon
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Honda Aircraft
Piaggio America
Embraer
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Gulfstream Aerospace
and they don’t cut corners on aviation training. Just two
reasons why these leaders choose the world leader in
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aviation training. They rely on FlightSafety International
to train their corporate flight departments to the highest
Global Aerospace, USA
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standards. They appreciate our focus on Customer service.
They respond to our commitment to the latest technology.
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NetJets
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And they never settle for anything less than the total
confidence offered by training with the best. FlightSafety
Aviation
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Priester Aviation
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Richmor
is proud to call these and countless other leaders our
Customers – and partners in our mission to enhance safety.
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“At our core, both USAIG and FlightSafety
are in the business of promoting
professionalism and safety in aviation.”
David L. McKay
President and CEO
USAIG
“At Honeywell, safety is our business, so
FlightSafety is the natural and best choice
for our aviation training.”
“Tata relies on FlightSafety’s high-quality
training to ensure the safe and efficient
operation of our aircraft as we expand
our global presence.”
Dave Cote
Ratan N. Tata
Chairman and CEO
Honeywell
“I’m a risk-taker in everything but flying.
That’s why I train with FlightSafety.”
Rodney R. Lewis
Founder and CEO
Lewis Energy Group
Chairman Emeritus
Tata Sons
“At NetJets we know that the best safety device
in any aircraft is a well-trained crew. Training
twice a year with FlightSafety ensures that
our pilots are very well trained and fly with
the highest level of proficiency.”
Bill Noe
President and COO
NetJets
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“FlightSafety’s comprehensive training
programs and advanced technology systems
and simulators help make our pilots and
their passengers safer.”
“FlightSafety gives me exceptional training
that fits my demands as a pilot.”
Eric E. Schmidt, Ph.D.
Marshall O. Larsen
Executive Chairman
Alphabet Inc.
Chairman, President and CEO (Retired)
Goodrich
“FlightSafety training helps to prepare
Boeing’s corporate pilots to meet any
circumstance – from the routine to the
most challenging.”
“FlightSafety training is the best insurance
GEICO could have for its flight department.”
James Albaugh
Olza M. “Tony” Nicely
President and CEO (Retired)
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Chairman and CEO
GEICO
“ At Amway safety is our top priority.
“Enterprise puts customers first. FlightSafety
puts us first.”
Andrew Taylor
Executive Chairman
Enterprise Holdings
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That’s why we’ve insisted on FlightSafety’s
professional training for more than 30 years.”
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Co-founder
Amway Corporation
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