CAE has completed updating the instructor stations on all 36 of its EASA approved full-flight simulators in five different training locations with the necessary tools for the next phase of Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT).
The full-flight simulators now enable the instructor to monitor pilots’ technique and ability to recover from upsets at high altitude within the aircraft’s performance envelope.
“The customer feedback on our UPRT program has been tremendous,” said Nick Leontidis of CAE. “With this next phase of recovery training, we felt it was important to give our instructors optimised tools to continue to provide the best training in the world to our customers.”
Business aviation customers for CAE simulators include TAG Aviation, Luxaviation, Gama Aviation, Global Jet and Elit’Avia.
The announcement was made at this year’s European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibtion (EBACE) held in Geneca this week. A year ago at EBACE, CAE announced the launch of its Business Aviation Upset Prevention and Recovery Training program with the first phase focusing on prevention. This year marks the transition to the next phase for CAE with the addition of recovery training.