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FlightSafety Master Aviator Certification Sets a New Standard for Pilot Achievement and Recognition

NEW YORK, NY (November, 16 2015) – FlightSafety International announces the introduction of its new Master Aviator certification program.

“The FlightSafety Master Aviator program sets a new standard for pilot achievement and recognition,” said David Davenport, Executive Vice President. “The program will help pilots to develop a deeper knowledge of the aircraft they fly and help to ensure a safe and correct response to a broad range of demanding, unexpected situations.”

The progressive Master Aviator curriculum builds upon the fundamentals covered by initial and recurrent training. FlightSafety Master Aviator certification is earned by completing a series of advanced aircraft-specific courses and a choice of electives. At least one FlightSafety initial or recurrent training event must also be completed every 8 months.

The advanced courses include Rejected Takeoff Go/No-Go, Crew Resource Management/Human Factors Line-Oriented Flight Training (LOFT), and Energy Management. They also include Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) if available for the aircraft type flown by the pilot. A second elective is required if UPRT is not available. The choice of electives varies by aircraft type.

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.