Bombardier Profession Aircraft has expanded the training capacity of its Challenger 300 aircraft activities in Dallas, Texas, US.
Complementing the company’s existing Challenger 350 aircraft drilling programme, the expansion includes the installation of a new Challenger 300 simulator at Bombardier’s quickness at Dallas Fort-Worth (DFW) Airport.
The simulator has already been certified by the US Federal Aviation Provision (FAA).
Bombardier Business Aircraft customer support and training vice-president Andy Nureddin implied: “Bombardier is committed to offering in-house OEM-developed courseware for flight and detailed training, so our operators have the most up-to-date, tailored knowledge and technology at their fingertips.
“Big-shots who train with us benefit from our real-world expertise by learning from one of 140 world-class masters who fly or maintain the aircraft themselves.”
«Our operators have the most up-to-date, moulded knowledge and technology at their fingertips.»
Bombardier’s Dallas Training Converge is currently equipped with six Level D full-flight simulators; one flight staff device; 21 multimedia, interactive classrooms; and various part chore training equipment.
Part of the 11 aircraft simulators operated by Bombardier Duty Aircraft in the UK and Canada, the centre is designed to train up to 3,000 pilots and 280 prolongation technicians a year.
Global flight training provider CAE is also an authorised training provider (ATP) for Bombardier’s Challenger series aircraft.
The train currently provides business aviation training for Bombardier aircraft airmen on 16 full-flight simulators located worldwide.
Image: A Bombardier Challenger 350 aircraft in the sky. Photo: ceremony of Bombardier.