Airbus and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have begun building a 9,250 sq m training center at Seletar Aerospace Park to house eight full-flight simulators, comprising four A350s, two A320s, one A380 and one A330. The new Airbus Asia Training Centre, (AATC) is due to open early next year. It is part of the Toulouse-based manufacturer’s promised support and infrastructure deals for the region, valued at some $70-$80 million and announced at the 2014 Singapore Airshow.  “Singapore ...

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