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Falcon pilot Ebenroth earns his FlightSafety masters
Harold Ebenroth's journey with FlightSafety began in November 2015 when he received his Falcon 900EX-EASy rating. Now he has passed a series of stringent tests to become a lauded FlightSafety Master Aviator.
Harold Ebenroth received his Master Aviator award from Michael Burger, manager of the FlightSafety Teterboro Learning Center.
Read this story in our September 2019 printed issue.

Harold Ebenroth is the first Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy pilot to earn FlightSafety's Master Aviator accolade.

“Congratulations to Harold Ebenroth on behalf of all FlightSafety teammates on this well-deserved recognition,” comments Steve Gross, senior VP of sales and marketing. “By earning the prestigious FlightSafety Master Aviator, Harold demonstrated his ability to correctly respond to challenging and unusual situations, as well as his excellent flying skills and commitment to safety.”

Harold is the president and CEO of Airservice Bremgarten based in Eschbach, Germany. He has over 10,000 hours total flying time and holds FAA and EASA licenses. He is type rated in the Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy, Boeing 737 and Saab 340 aircraft, and started training with FlightSafety International when he received his DA-900EX EASy type rating in November 2015 at the Learning Center in Teterboro, New Jersey.

To earn the FlightSafety Master Aviator, pilots must successfully complete a series of aircraft type-specific advanced training courses and electives in addition to undergoing recurrent training with FlightSafety on a regular basis. The advanced courses are designed to help flight crews understand and respond to challenging situations and achieve the highest level of safety. The progressive Master Aviator curriculum includes compelling scenarios coupled with breakthroughs in simulator technology, and helps to ensure a safe and correct response to demanding flight situations.

The courses for pilots of fixed-wing aircraft include Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery, Advanced Energy Management, Advanced Rejected Takeoff Go/No-Go, and Advanced CRM/Human Factors LOFT.

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