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Airbus Helicopters EC135

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FlightSafety offers comprehensive simulation-based training for the Airbus Helicopters EC135. EC135 training is available at our training locations in Dallas, Texas and Denver, Colorado. Our expert instructors, advanced-technology and integrated training systems prepare operators for the everyday and the unexpected.

Program Highlights

  • Night vision goggle (NVG) training is available for Part 142 NVG initial, recurrent and recent experience/proficiency check.
  • Online, instructor-led ground school is available for the EC135 through FlightSafety’s LiveLearning. This flexible delivery is ideal for complex training at a distance.
  • Scenario-based training includes prevention of CFIT accidents, high-density altitude training, realistic VMC to IMC with deteriorating conditions and confined landing sites.
  • Our mission-specific training tailors instruction to your operation, including offshore, executive transport, emergency medical services and law enforcement.
  • Our stand-alone Surviving Inadvertent IMC course gives you the tools you need to react appropriately in the first pivotal moments when you encounter unexpected weather conditions, as well as successful strategies to ensure that flights conform to plan and don’t exceed training or equipment.
  • We offer factory-authorized worldwide training on the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW206 engine.
  • FlightSafety’s Master Aviator program is available to Airbus Helicopters EC135 operators. This program builds on your proven flying abilities with challenging training that expands your skills and prepares you to react correctly to a broad range of demanding and unexpected situations.
  • FlightSafety’s exclusive Advanced Pilot Training is available to Airbus Helicopters EC135 operators. These courses include:
    – Advanced Helicopter Crew Resource Management (CRM)
    – Advanced Helicopter Surviving Inadvertent Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC)
    – Advanced Energy Management