Although it varies with type, one multi-million dollar full-flight simulator (FFS) and a host of support training systems is typically required for approximately every 30 new aircraft that enter service. Small wonder, then, that a ripple of training orders and partnerships are following the wave of recent new aircraft orders. And just as a large portion of those new aircraft orders are coming from Asia Pacific, so the training needs of carriers in the region has also become a strong ...

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