The Level D full flight simulator (FFS) retains its position as the indispensible device for flight crew training and qualification. What’s changing is airlines’ sharpened focus on lowering operating costs and a market in which new players to the commercial business are vying with long-established airline training and simulator providers. Lenny Genna, president of Link Simulation & Training, said one of the technology trends the company is seeing is the need for more ...

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