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Aircrew Training Canada Ltd; What Happened?

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No more noise about this, seemed a great idea to have a sim center in Canada for advanced training, and they were promising 407, Astar, S76C++ and AW139 Level D sims, but nothing more?

They were to open in 2018 in Sudbury...

 

For the more advanced types it would have been a great addition, unsure the benefit it would have had for the lights, other than being able to do things not possible in the aircraft, like chip lights and real engine failures...

 

So Anyone?

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20 hours ago, GrayHorizons said:

google maps are pretty up to date, and there appears to be zero new development at the airport.

 

The training site won't be located at the airport.

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Did I not read it was going to be at the south end of the airport? And one pic was showing them in a gravel pit, at the south end of the airport, still undeveloped? I know I was making assumptions, but is there anything else out there stating or showing otherwise?

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As far as my limited experience on google searches, everything stopped dead (at least in the public eye) after the Vertical mag article. 

The concept seemed interesting and should have been ideal to compete with "the big two (CAE and Flight Safety International)," But they'd basically have to get the operators of both those advanced machines to dedicate all their training there. As far as the VFR sim goes, a great concept, but unsure if there is market enough to do it like that? Most companies seem to do their training inhouse?

H.

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