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Sat, May 25, 2019

Dassault Renews Its Approval Of FlightSafety As An Authorized Training Provider

Provides Professional Training For Multiple Dassault Aircraft Models

FlightSafety International announces that Dassault Aviation has renewed the Certificate of Approval that names FlightSafety as an authorized training provider in accordance with the Falcon Training Policy Manual. FlightSafety was the first to receive a Dassault Authorized Training Provider Certificate in 2011.

“We are pleased and honored to serve as an authorized training provider for Dassault Falcon aircraft,” said David Davenport, President & CEO. “This three year renewal by Dassault of our Authorized Training Provider Certificate clearly demonstrates our commitment and ability to provide Dassault and all Falcon Jet aircraft operators with the highest quality training, exceptional value and outstanding service they deserve.”

The Dassault Authorized Training Provider program is designed to ensure that Falcon Jet operators from around the world receive training in accordance with the Dassault Falcon Training Policy Manual (FTPM).

FlightSafety provides professional training for the Falcon 10/100, Falcon 20/20-5, Falcon 50, 50EX, Falcon 200, Falcon 2000/EX, 2000EX EASy/DX/LX/LXS, Falcon 900B/C, 900EX, 900EX EASy/DX/LX, 7X and 8X aircraft.

(Source: FlightSafety International news release)

FMI: www.flightsafety.com

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