Fri, May 27, 2005
The first Bombardier
Challenger 300 aircraft simulator manufactured by FlightSafety
International, is scheduled to enter service at the company’s
Greater Philadelphia/Wilmington Delaware Learning Center in the
fourth quarter of 2005.
With the addition of the Challenger 300 simulator, FlightSafety
will now offer simulator training on virtually all current
Bombardier built business and regional aircraft. Once installed,
the Challenger 300 simulator will bring FlightSafety’s fleet
of Bombardier aircraft simulators to 50.
The advanced visual and motion systems on this full-flight
simulator will be state-of-the-art, creating the highest level of
fidelity. The simulator will receive FAA Level “D”
certification following its installation at the Learning Center.
Customers will also benefit from FlightSafety’s MatriX
interactive training capabilities, including the SimVu debriefing
The Challenger 300 simulator features the VITAL-9 visual system.
It will use the new SkyLight 1500 projector for a new level of
brilliance and clarity from the system’s VITAL-9 image
FlightSafety offers training on most Bombardier Learjet,
Challenger, Global Express, CRJ and Q series aircraft. It is
available at the company’s Learning Centers in Wilmington,
Delaware; Cincinnati, Ohio; Tucson, Arizona; Seattle-Tacoma,
Washington; Wichita, Kansas; Dallas, Texas; West Palm Beach,
Florida; Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Memphis, Tennessee: and
in Toronto and Montreal, Canada.
A True Aviation Pioneer Talks About The Future of GA Originally Webcast, 05.30.12: Even to many who have to compete with him, Bob Showalter is "Mr. FBO." A veteran of decades of se>[...]
Electric VTOL Aircraft Is Turning Heads In France Among the thousands of aircraft and products on display at the Paris Air Show getting a lot of attention this week is one that may>[...]
Professional Helicopter Pilots Association This website provides valuable information to helicopter operators, including quick access to TFR maps, Homeland Security bulletins, form>[...]
Transport of warm air into an area by horizontal winds. Low-level warm advection sometimes is referred to (erroneously) as overrunning. Although the two terms are not properly inte>[...]
“We have clearly heard the voice of scientists and their unanimous recommendations to change the proposal. From now on, nobody can claim ‘We did not know’." Sourc>[...]