December 2, 2014
Bombardier extends Authorized Training Provider agreement with FlightSafety International
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft extended its current ATP Agreement with FlightSafety International, for 10 years. Under the ATP Agreement, FlightSafety uses a Bombardier-approved syllabus to deliver high-quality flight and technical training to operators of Q100, Q200, Q300 and Q400 aircraft. For over 28 years, FlightSafety has been a dedicated training provider, collaborating with us to train our Q-Series aircraft customers – always upholding our mutual commitment to put customers first and provide non-stop care,” said Todd Young, Vice President, Customer Services, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “We’re proud to confirm our long-term collaboration and are confident that FlightSafety’s global network of simulators will continue to offer operators Bombardier-approved training close to their home bases.” FlightSafety’s Toronto Learning Centre, which is co-located with Bombardier’s aircraft manufacturing site, continues to be the lead facility for Q-Series aircraft training with four simulators on hand. Other Q-Series aircraft simulators are located in Seattle, WA; St Louis, MO; Atlanta, GA; Farnborough, United Kingdom; Johannesburg, South Africa and Tokyo, Japan.