FlightSafety International has expanded its Gulfstream G650 training options with the addition of a new full-flight simulator at its Dallas training center. Installation of the new FlightSafety FS1000 simulator in Dallas gives FlightSafety a fifth location for G650 training. The FS1000—which includes the CrewView collimated glass mirror display and Vital 1150 visual system, electric motion cueing system, and instructor operating station—is the company’s sixth full-flight simulator for the ultra-long-range business jet.
“Our customers who fly the G650 can now benefit from a wide variety of courses in Dallas using this new advanced technology simulator,” said Nathan Speiser, FlightSafety's executive v-p of sales and marketing. The added courses include FlightSafety's Advanced Training series, initial and recurrent training, and those covering RNP authorization required (RNP AR) and enhanced flight vision systems.
A Gulfstream factory-authorized training organization for more than five decades, FlightSafety now has nearly 30 full-flight simulators, along with advanced training devices and equipment, for the Gulfstream lineup. Along with Dallas, the company provides Gulfstream training at its facilities in Hong Kong; Long Beach, California; Savannah, Georgia; Wilmington, Delaware; and London.