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Embraer-CAE adds another simulator for Phenom 300E
There are currently six simulators for the Phenom family of business jets in three different training locations Dallas, London and Guarulhos, Brazil. Embraer-CAE is yet to announce the location for the new simulator.
Francisco Gomes Neto, CEO of Embraer; Marc Parent, CEO of CAE; Marsha Woelber, head of customer support and aftermarket services for Embraer; Alexandre Prevost, VP business aviation training for CAE; Nick Leontidis, group president civil aviation for CAE; and Michael Amalfinato, president and CEO of Embraer Executive Jets.

Embraer-CAE Training Services will offer a new full flight simulator for the Phenom 300E during the second half of 2022 to meet the growing demand for business jet training in the U.S. The simulator will be operated by ECTS, a joint venture between Embraer and CAE.

“We are happy to help Embraer enhance pilot training,” says Nick Leontidis, CAE group president, civil aviation training solutions. “Through this important initiative we will help meet the growing demand for business jet pilots by combining innovative methodologies, knowledgeable instructors and advanced simulation technology.”

Currently, there are six simulators for the Phenom family of business jets in three different training locations: Dallas, U.S, London Burgess Hill, UK and Guarulhos, Brazil.

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