Aviation Safety Training (AST), the Houston outfit that helped launch the upset training concept in T-34s (an aircraft, it's quick to note, whose roll performance mimics most business aircraft and whose full instrumentation allows for ``panel recovery,'' which is the way most pilots would recover from an upset), now shakes up simulator sessions as well. AST instructors have been invited, upon customer request, to use FlightSafety International and SimuFlite, Bombardier, to provide ...

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