Alteon said it will place 787 simulator training locations in China, the UK and the US, "enhancing [its] commitment to provide a global training network for the new airplane." Facilities will be established at London Gatwick, in Seattle and at a site to be determined in China. The Boeing subsidiary said it aims to have six 787 locations up and running before the first Dreamliner delivers in 2008. It already reached agreement in cooperation with ANA to establish a center at Tokyo Haneda ...

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