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FlyRight speeds along with Dash 8 programme
FlyRight has progressively expanded and improved its course offerings to meet the needs of its clients and customers. Its latest launch is a newly-approved recurrent with ATP course option for the Dash 8.
FlyRight continues to grow and improve its Dash 8 programmes.

As an FAA-approved Part 142 training provider, North Carolina-based FlyRight continues to develop and expand its DeHavilland Dash 8 course offerings. It has a newly approved recurrent with ATP course option and also updated and improved computer based training (CBT) modules for initial and recurrent courses. All of FlyRight’s Dash 8 flight training is delivered in a full motion, Level-C simulator that is convertible between the 100 and 300 models. Its Dash 8 training programmes have been delivered to civil and commercial flight departments as well as defence contractors worldwide.

The option to add the Dash 8 recurrent with ATP was a direct result of feedback and requests from its customers and FAA approval was received in September. It is now available to clients.

The courses have also been updated with new computer-based training (CBT) modules developed in-house. FlyRight’s courseware, instructional and compliance teams have worked diligently to develop its CBT modules based on valuable feedback from clients who had been using a third-party CBT training programme. The new CBT’s are scheduled to be introduced this month.

Post-training client feedback has been integral to the development. As the best means of listening to client concerns, whether positive or constructive, training centre manager Jim Klepper says: “We can’t fix what we do not know.”

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