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New programs from Flightline Training Services approved

Jan. 16, 2012, Toronto - Flightline Training Services, a Toronto based aircraft maintenance training company, has been granted Transport Canada Approval for its Global Express and Dornier 328 Jet training programs.


January 16, 2012
Carey Fredericks

"We are so excited about getting these approvals, with the addition of these new aircraft to our capability list, it elevates Flightline to be the largest privately owned training organization in Canada," said CEO Phyl Durdey.

Founded in 2001, this Toronto-based company has established a worldwide reputation for excellence. Currently serving its 65 customers in 21 countries on 23 aircraft types. "This marks the beginning of our entrance into the business jet market, offering cost effective, quality training is our prime focus," Durdey said.

Presently, Flightline Training Services offers training on the CRJ 200, CRJ 700/900, Dash-7, Dash-8 100/200/300, Dash-8 Q400, ATR 42/72, DHC-6 Twin Otter, B1900, KingAir 100/200/350, SAAB 340,BAE146, RJ 85, EMB 145, EMB 170/190, B737NG, Global Express and Airbus A320. Future expansion will include the Challenger 604/605, Hawker 850, A330/A340 and Boeing 777.

Flightline Training Services has earned a respected position as a provider of quality training in a technically demanding industry.  Said Durdey: "“Our reputation is very important to us.  We want to be the trainer of choice”."

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