Lufthansa Aviation Training (LAT) continues to see strong demand for full-flight simulator (FFS)-based pilot training, even though the industry is in its ninth consecutive year of growth. “We don’t see a downturn at the moment. Our simulator capacities are working under full load,” LAT Austria MD Christian Korherr told ATW in Vienna. He added there are 200 airlines globally that purchase simulator time. “The Lufthansa Group has 740 aircraft and this number will grow ...

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