AIRCRAFT SERVICES GROUP, Ramsey, N.J., in conjunction with FlightSafety International, plans to begin offering training early next year in the EVAS system, which is designed to permit pilots to maintain visibility even in the event of dense smoke in the cockpit. ASG said it expects training to begin at the Falcon training center in Teterboro, to be followed in the first quarter by training in Gulfstream, Challenger, Hawker, Cessna and Learjet simulators.


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