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FlightSafety Realigns and Strengthens Dassault Falcon Jet Training

LA GUARDIA AIRPORT, New York (October 16, 2006) – FlightSafety announced that it is realigning and strengthening its Dassault Falcon aircraft training program. The company’s Greater Philadelphia/Wilmington Learning Center will offer Dassault Falcon 50 and Falcon 900 aircraft training starting in January 2007.

Maintenance training for Dassault Falcon aircraft will also be available at the Greater Philadelphia/ Wilmington Learning Center early next year. These programs are being relocated from FlightSafety’s Teterboro, New Jersey Learning Center.

“Providing Dassault Falcon pilot and maintenance training at our Greater Philadelphia/ Wilmington Learning Center is part of our ongoing effort to provide the best, most convenient training for our customers who operate Dassault Falcon aircraft,” said Bruce Whitman, President & CEO, FlightSafety International.

The Greater Philadelphia/ Wilmington Learning Center is ideally suited for Dassault Falcon pilot and maintenance training as it offers the convenience of being located adjacent to Dassault Aircraft Services.

FlightSafety is an official authorized training provider for Dassault Falcon and has been providing training on Falcon aircraft for over 40 years. The company offers training on virtually all Falcon aircraft types and has a fleet of 15 full flight simulators and numerous Flight Training Devices including Graphical Flight Simulators. Training is offered in Teterboro, New Jersey; Dallas, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; in the Greater Philadelphia/ Wilmington area; Little Rock, Arkansas and at the Le Bourget Airport in Paris, France.

FlightSafety International is the world’s premier aviation training organization. Over 75,000 pilots, technicians and other aviation professionals train at FlightSafety facilities each year. The company designs and manufactures full flight simulators for civil and military aircraft programs and operates the world’s largest fleet of advanced full flight simulators at 40 training locations.