The Dec. 7, 2015, issue of The Weekly of Business Aviation reports on Wheels Up's 2016 forecast and relocated and new Cessna simulators available at FlightSafety International facilities.

Wheels Up Forecasts 50% Growth in 2016

Kenny Dichter, co-founder and CEO of membership-based private aviation club Wheels Up, predicts a 50% boost in revenue next year and an 80% increase in revenue flight hours. The company has been in operation only for 837 days, “really proving that anything can happen in America.”

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FlightSafety Adding, Redistributing Simulators for Cessna Training

FlightSafety International is adding to its Cessna Aircraft training programs as it redistributes some of the training to meet customer needs, the company said.

“We continuously strive to ensure the availability and geographical distribution of our Cessna aircraft-training programs and simulators meet the changing needs of our customers,” FlightSafety International Executive Vice President David Davenport said.

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