As part of its ongoing effort to support and invest in legacy Dassault Falcon training programs, FlightSafety in 2016 will upgrade several Falcon 900/900EX simulators. Simulators in Teterboro, New Jersey; Dallas, Texas; and Wilmington, Delaware, will upgrade to FMS 6.1. The FMS 6.1 upgrade will allow customers to train WAAS/LPV approaches and train with the latest FMS software version available. FMS 6.1 allows clients to observe failures or deviations associated with WAAS/LPV software and satellites while in a safe training environment. Pilots will train as they fly with this new enhancement, assessing the failure and reacting in the appropriate manner close to the ground, when decision-making is most critical.
In another effort to keep up with current fleet trends, the Falcon 7X simulators in Dallas, Texas, and Paris-Le Bourget, France, will be upgraded to 7X EASy II+ this year.
Additional simulator upgrades will be announced as the decisions are made.