Boeing and FlightSafety International are forming a joint venture company to provide airline customers around the world with flight- and ground-crew training, an undertaking that could result in a major international expansion of FlightSafety's training business and generate significant revenue for both partners. Boeing currently trains about 1,600 pilots and 4,000 maintenance technicians annually for its customers, a total dwarfed by the 50,000 pilots and technicians who pass ...

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