Bombardier Aerospace opened a new simulator training facility at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport last week, an operation that is co-located with SimuFlite Training International's headquarters and which SimuFlite officials will help manage. The new 81,800-square-foot training center will provide training for pilots of Model 31A, 45 and 60 Learjets initially, and Bombardier plans to add Challenger 604 and Continental business training next year. Bombardier, which ...

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