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FAA certify Second FlightSafety G280 simulator to Level D

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Tatjana Obrazcova

FlightSafety’s second Gulfstream G280 simulator has been qualified to Level D status by the US FAA. Both simulators are located at FlightSafety’s learning centre in Dallas, Texas.

“FlightSafety is pleased and proud to support the growing number of Gulfstream aircraft owners and operators around the world.”

David Davenport, executive vice president at FlightSafety said: “FlightSafety is pleased and proud to support the growing number of Gulfstream aircraft owners and operators around the world. The Level D qualification by the FAA of the second Gulfstream G280 simulator further enhances the benefits FlightSafety offers and reinforces our commitment to provide the scheduling and training location flexibility our Customers expect and deserve.”

FlightSafety has been the official factory authorised training organisation for Gulfstream Aerospace for more than four decades.

The company’s fourth Gulfstream G650 simulator is scheduled to enter service in Wilmington early next year.

The first simulators for the new Gulfstream G500 and G600 will be available in Savannah for customer training as the aircraft enter service.



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