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5.12.16
Welcome to Maintenance Matters eNewsletter
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Master Technician: Still the World’s Best, Most Comprehensive Maintenance Training
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Rolls-Royce Names FlightSafety Authorized BR725 Training Provider
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Customer Highlights
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Emergency Safety Training for Technicians & Business Aircraft Passengers
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Our eLearning and LiveLearning Catalogues Continually Expand
5.12.16
New PT6A Series OMP (Operational Maintenance Practices)
5.12.16
Advanced, Elite Cabin Systems Training Designed for Technicians
5.12.16
FlightSafety Continues to Expand Pratt & Whitney Canada Engine Training
5.12.16
Center Updates
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Make Your Plans for AMT Day in May

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FlightSafety Continues to Expand Pratt & Whitney Canada Engine Training

Authorized Training to Be Offered in Brazil

Aeroglobo, a comprehensive service provider for the agricultural aviation industry in Brazil, has been selected to provide FlightSafety’s factory-authorized training for Pratt & Whitney Canada engines. Training in Botucatu, Brazil, will include Pratt & Whitney Canada’s PT6T, PT6A, PT6B, PW100 series, PW200 series and PW500 engines.

The Aeroglobo training center will be equipped with P&WC training engines as well as FlightSafety’s exclusive Graphical Flight-deck and DeskTop simulators. Instructors will provide in-depth classroom and hands-on instruction using these advanced training devices and FlightSafety’s comprehensive curriculum and courseware.

Deccan Charters Brings P&WC Engine Training to India

Deccan Charters will provide Pratt & Whitney Canada engine training at the company’s facility in Bangalore, India. Training will be offered for an extensive range of P&WC turboprop, turbofan and turboshaft aircraft engines including the PT6A, PW100, PT6T and PW200 series.

The training will offer in-depth classroom and hands-on instruction designed to develop, expand and refine proficiency. Technicians will benefit from highly effective training that supports their efforts to maintain aircraft and their engines to the highest standards. The center will be equipped with training engines, a FlightSafety Graphical Flight-deck Simulator for both instructor-led and self-paced learning, as well as DeskTop simulators for classroom instruction.