FlightSafety International and Pilatus jointly announced that training for the new PC-24 had begun at the FlightSafety’s center in Dallas, Texas. FlightSafety and Pilatus say they have worked closely to ensure that PC-24 owners and operators receive ongoing training on the aircraft. The Pilatus PC-24 simulator has recently been qualified and approved for training by the European Aviation Safety Agency – EASA. The qualification by the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States was given in December 2017. The simulator, FS1000, used for conversion on PC-24, is equipped with the latest technological advances, including the visual system VITAL 1100, the electric movement and control load as well as the new operation station Instructor. The two FlightSafety Learning Centers in Dallas are equipped with 25 full flight simulators. They are used for training business and commercial aircraft manufactured by Airbus Helicopters, Bell Helicopter, Bombardier, Embraer, Dassault, Gulfstream and Pilatus.
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