FSC adds B787-9 Full Flight Simulator to its fleet
June 21st 2017

Flight Simulation Company (FSC) is proud to announce that it will add a Boeing B787-9 Full Flight Simulator to the existing fleet of simulators at our Schiphol location. The Full Flight Simulator B787-9, EASA-certified Level D is expected to be Ready For Training by the middle of July 2018.

The simulator will be manufactured by L3 Commercial Training Solutions (CTS) and will be the latest RealitySeven model. It will be configured with both engine types for the B787, the GE NX-1B and the RR TRENT 1000. The agreement includes an option for a second B787 FFS unit from the same manufacturer for delivery at a later date.

By adding the B787-9 simulator FSC will not only serve a number of their existing customers, but also welcome a group of new customers as the FSC training center at Amsterdam Airport is well connected with the rest of the world.

Commenting on the agreement, Alan Crawford, President of L3 CTS said;

2017 has shown continued growth of the international commercial aerospace sector and with that the demand for qualified commercial pilots.”

“We are delighted that our state of the art Boeing B787-9 Full Flight Simulator will support FSC’s training capabilities with their global airline customer base.”

“The deal builds on the momentum of a highly successful year to date for L3 Commercial Training Solutions; we look forward to working closely with Flight Simulation Company for many years to come.”

About FSC

Flight Simulation Company (FSC) offers a wide variety of airline training services,

Dry and Wet lease of a wide fleet of full flight simulators and FTD’s for most popular aircraft types (Airbus A320, A330; Boeing B737CG, B737NG, B747-400, B767, B777, Embraer 170/190, Dornier 328J) , ATO services Cabin crew , Safety Training, Specialty courses and last but not least Full Pilot provisioning services.

All FSC services are tailor made for our over 100 different airline customers, allowing them to concentrate on their core activities.

FSC operates eleven full-flight simulators at FSC Schiphol, one in Mönchengladbach and one in Budapest (for exclusive use by Wizz Air).