Boeing is taking advantage of a lull in demand for 787 pilot training to relocate all of its full-flight simulator (FFS) bays from Seattle to Miami. The relocation is set to begin next week when the first 787 simulator is shipped by truck to the company’s training facility at Miami International Airport. This starts a consolidation of the company’s pilot training activities in Miami that is expected to finish by the end of the year. Maintenance training for all but the 787 will ...
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