2016-09-07

Bombardier Marks Dallas Training Center’s 15th Year Anniversary

  • Over 45,000 customers trained since 2001
  • 21,000 hours of customer simulator flight time in 2015 alone

Bombardier Business Aircraft marks its Dallas Training Center’s 15th anniversary today. The Dallas training facility has trained over 45,000 customers since its opening and provided over 21,000 hours of customer simulator flight time just last year.

Bombardier’s Dallas Training Center operates a comprehensive pilot and technical training facility in Dallas for the Learjet 40, Learjet 45, Learjet 70, Learjet 75, Challenger 300, Challenger 350, Challenger 604, Challenger 605 and Global 5000/Global 6000 featuring Bombardier Vision flight deck aircraft. Training is certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada, CAAC and many other CAAs worldwide.

Most recently, the Dallas Training Center added the Challenger 350 simulator, which received certification by the FAA, EASA, and Transport Canada in 2014 and by China CAAC and Brazil ANAC in 2015.

Centrally located for easy travel, Bombardier’s Dallas Training Center offers courses onsite and offsite with well-trained pilots and technicians. Bombardier instructors teach all courses, and pilot instructors are type-rated and current in the aircraft they teach. Located on the west side of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in Texas, Bombardier’s Dallas Training Center is an 82,800-sq-ft facility that includes six Level D full-flight simulators with the latest visual systems and modern updated cockpits, two flight training devices, six flight management system trainers, 21 multimedia, interactive classrooms and numerous part task training devices.

“Bombardier’s Dallas Training Center has over 50 trained pilot instructors with unparalleled experienced who have logged significant flight hours on Bombardier aircraft. We not only build the aircraft, but we also fly them and know them best. We are proud of the 15 years of service we have provided to over 45,000 customers,” said Leon Botteron, General Manager, Training, Bombardier Business Aircraft.

“We are the only business aircraft OEM offering full-suite flight and technical training on products in house, with well-trained and knowledgeable pilot instructors at both our Montréal and Dallas facilities. Our customers know the line of communication remains open well after their training is complete, with customer liaison pilots around the world available to answer their questions,” added Andy Nureddin, Vice President and General Manager, Customer Services, Bombardier Business Aircraft.

Industry Leading Experience – Bombardier’s eLearning Courses
Bombardier has over 20 years of experience in designing, developing, and delivering computer-based training (CBT) and 10 years in web-based training. Bombardier is also the first Part 142 Training provider to obtain FAA certification to offer distance learning (i.e., eLearning) for credit.
For information on the extensive list of current onsite technical courses are available, visit the Bombardier Training site.

Bombardier, Bombardier Vision, Challenger 300, Challenger 350, Challenger 604, Challenger 605, Global 5000, Global 6000, Learjet 40, Learjet 45, Learjet 70, Learjet 75 and The Evolution of Mobility are trademarks of Bombardier Inc. or its subsidiaries.

À propos de Bombardier

Bombardier (BBD-B.TO) est un leader mondial en aviation axé sur la conception et la construction d’avions d’affaires exceptionnels ainsi que sur la prestation de services connexes. Les avions des gammes Challenger et Global de Bombardier sont reconnus pour les innovations de pointe qu’ils offrent, la conception de leur cabine, leurs performances et leur fiabilité. La flotte mondiale d’avions Bombardier compte environ 5 000 avions en service auprès d’un large éventail de multinationales, de fournisseurs de vols nolisés et de programmes de multipropriété, de gouvernements ou de particuliers. Des avions Bombardier sont aussi utilisés dans le monde entier pour réaliser des missions spéciales gouvernementales ou militaires grâce à l’expertise éprouvée de Bombardier Défense.

Bombardier, dont le siège social est situé dans la Grande région de Montréal, au Québec, exploite des installations d’activités liées aux aérostructures, à l’assemblage ou à la finition au Canada, aux États-Unis et au Mexique. Le solide réseau de soutien à la clientèle de l’entreprise comprend des centres de service pour avions Learjet, Challenger et Global situés stratégiquement aux États-Unis et au Canada, ainsi qu’au Royaume-Uni, en Allemagne, en France, en Suisse, en Italie, en Autriche, aux Émirats arabes unis, à Singapour, en Chine, et en Australie.

On trouvera des nouvelles et des renseignements sur l’entreprise, y compris le rapport de Bombardier sur les aspects environnementaux, sociaux et de gouvernance ainsi que les plans de l’entreprise pour couvrir la totalité de ses opérations aériennes avec du carburant d’aviation durable en utilisant le système Réserver et réclamer, sur le site bombardier.com. Pour en savoir plus sur les produits de Bombardier et son réseau de service clientèle à l’avant-garde de l’industrie, consultez le site businessaircraft.bombardier.com/fr. Suivez-nous sur Twitter @Bombardier.

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Mark Masluch - Directeur principal, Communications

Mark Masluch

Directeur principal, Communications