Aircraft training company FlightSafety International has announced a new Gulfstream 550 simulated training session on the same day it welcomes a new director of sales.
The Advanced Rejected Take-off Go/No-Go Recurrent course simulates 13 new scenarios during one four-hour session, with each scenario requiring a flight crew to decide whether to take-off or abort.
“Our new Advanced Rejected Take-off Go/No-Go Recurrent course is designed to review and reinforce the skills and lessons learned during the Initial course,” said Dann Runik, Senior Vice President, Operations.
“In addition to gaining proficiency in the Go/No-Go decision-making process, this invaluable course gives pilots another opportunity to fly their aircraft in the safe environment of a simulator under the high stress and demands of an emergency return to the airport after take-off.”
The company has also welcomed Daniel Greenhill as a new director of sales to FlightSafety Unmanned Systems Training Center in Las Vegas.
Daniel, a commercial pilot and certified flight instructor, joined FlightSafety in 2004 and has held a number of positions since then, including director of training, centre Manager and director of business development.
“We are pleased to welcome Dan to FlightSafety Unmanned Systems Training and look forward to his contributions,” said Nora Ann Mishler, Director, Unmanned Systems Training, Commercial and Government.
“Our Customers and prospects will benefit from his experience in aviation training and his commitment to provide outstanding service and support. Dan will be based at our Unmanned Systems Training Center in Las Vegas.”