FlightSafety International Names David Opalach Assistant Manager, Wilmington Learning Center

NEW YORK (January 5, 2016) – FlightSafety International announces that David Opalach has been named Assistant Manager of the company’s Learning Center in Wilmington, Delaware.

“Our Customers who train in Wilmington benefit from David’s broad range of experience and in-depth understanding of training operations,” said Daniel MacLellan, Vice President, Operations. “We congratulate David on this well-deserved promotion, and appreciate his many contributions to the high quality training and outstanding service provided at the Wilmington Learning Center.”

David joined FlightSafety in 1999. He has held a number of positions with increasing responsibility in Information Technology and Training Operations. David most recently served as the Director of Quality Management Systems and as the point of contact for all courseware development at the Wilmington Learning Center.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management from Wilmington University where he obtained his pilot certificate and was an active member of the University’s Flight Team.

The Wilmington Learning Center offers a wide variety of training programs for pilots, maintenance technicians, and flight attendants. Courses are provided to operators of Astra, Beechcraft, Bombardier, Dassault, Gulfstream, Hawker, and Westwind aircraft using a fleet of 16 FlightSafety simulators and other advanced training devices.

FlightSafety International is the world’s premier professional aviation training company and supplier of flight simulators, visual systems and displays to commercial, government and military organizations. The company provides more than a million hours of training each year to pilots, technicians and other aviation professionals from 167 countries and independent territories. FlightSafety operates the world’s largest fleet of advanced full flight simulators at Learning Centers and training locations in the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.