Lufthansa Aviation Training (LAT) is investing €89 million ($100 million) in pilot training equipment, in response to Lufthansa’s fleet strategy plans. By mid- to late-2020, two Boeing 777-9 full flight simulators (FFSs) are scheduled to go into service in Frankfurt and one Airbus A350 XWB FFS in Munich. There is an increasing need for training on both aircraft types, considering Lufthansa’s integration of 777-9s in 2020 and the Munich-based A350s. LAT operates 54 FFSs ...

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