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CAE training covers 90% of business aviation aircraft

CAE has launched an expansion of its global training network by adding 16 new business jet training programs to its operations.  With this expansion, CAE will offer training on 90% of all business aviation platforms.


October 25, 2007
By Brooke Shaw

CAE has launched an expansion of its global training network by adding 16 new business jet training programs to its operations.  With this expansion, CAE will offer training on 90% of all business aviation platforms.

 The new training programs address the six largest business jet aircraft manufacturers:  Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault Falcon, Embraer, Gulfstream and Hawker Beechcraft. The training programs will be located in the US and in a range of global locations. The new programs will enter service within the next two years. 

 CAE has also announced that its Gulfstream 550 full-flight simulator at Emirates-CAE Flight Training in Dubai has been certified ready for training; and that its Sikorsky S-76B simulator at CAE SimuFlite's North East Training Center in Morristown, NJ has received FAA Level D qualification – the highest qualification for flight simulators.