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CAE named a preferred provider for Dassault Falcon Jet’s maintenance training

Oct. 30, 2007, Montreal, Que.– CAE SimuFlite has been awarded a five-year contract with Dassault Falcon Jet as a preferred provider for maintenance training for Dassault Falcon Jet employees.


October 30, 2007
By Carey Fredericks

Oct. 30, 2007, Montreal, Que.– CAE SimuFlite has been awarded a five-year contract with Dassault Falcon Jet as a preferred provider for maintenance training for Dassault Falcon Jet employees.

Under the new contract, CAE SimuFlite will provide maintenance training for employees associated with Dassault’s Little Rock Production facility, Dassault Aircraft Service Centers, and Dassault Falcon Jet Customer Support.

“CAE and Dassault have proven to be one of the best training teams in the industry,” said Jeff Roberts, CAE’s group president, Innovation and Civil Training & Services.  “Together, we have built one of the most technically advanced and operationally relevant courses ever delivered to the business aviation community. We are very happy to have this opportunity to further strengthen our relationship.”

CAE will provide on-site classroom training at Dassault’s facilities in Little Rock, Arkansas, and Wilmington, Delaware, as well as at CAE SimuFlite training centers in Dallas, Texas, and Morristown, New Jersey. As part of the contract, CAE will provide Dassault with classroom access to its cutting-edge CAE Simfinity™ Virtual Simulator, the industry’s most advanced training and troubleshooting tool. 

CAE has an ongoing relationship with Dassault to provide maintenance training. CAE is currently the only maintenance training provider for the Falcon 7X, and is providing Dassault-recognized Falcon 900EX EASy and 2000EX EASy aircraft maintenance training. CAE is the only training provider qualifying these aircraft courses and instructors in accordance with the Dassault Training Policy Manual (FTPM). All of these technical courses have received approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).