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787 simulator gets FAA approval

 

CAE-built Boeing 787 full-flight simulator sold to Continental Airlines has received interim Level C certification without restrictions by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Continental pilots have begun training on the device at the airline's facility in Houston, Texas. The CAE 7000 Series full-flight simulator will be certified to Level D following receipt of the final aircraft data package from Boeing.

CAE has been selected for seven Dreamliner full-flight simulator contracts awarded by airlines to date. In addition to Continental, CAE is providing Boeing 787 FFSs and other training equipment to Air New Zealand, British Airways, Japan Airlines (two) and Qantas (two).

CAE provides a range of integrated simulation-based training solutions for Boeing 787 operators, including CAE SimfinityTM integrated procedures trainers (IPT) for flight and maintenance training, three types of flight training devices (FTDs) – Level 5 FTD, Level 4-plus FTD with Extended Product Package, and Level 4 FTD – and desktop virtual simulators (VSIM) and virtual maintenance trainers (VMT).

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