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Leonardo Helicopters AW139

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Professional Aviation Training Programs
FlightSafety offers comprehensive, professional training for the Leonardo Helicopters AW139. Our training program was designed to meet the professional training needs of all AW139 operators. AW139 training is available at our Learning Center in Lafayette, Louisiana.

Program Highlights

  • Online, instructor-led ground school training is available for the Leonardo AW139 through FlightSafety’s LiveLearning. This flexible delivery is ideal for complex training at a distance.
  • Training incorporates the Graphical Flight-deck Simulator, which leverages our exclusive MATRIX system technology, providing real-time and interactive simulation during ground training that is proven to enhance the overall learning experience.
  • A wide variety of specialty and enrichment training is available through our eLearning and LiveLearning courses.
  • Using FlightSafety’s high-fidelity graphics package, the simulator features special visual scenes and effects to give AW139 operators the most relevant training available.
  • FlightSafety simulator training can incorporate photo-realistic scenes of New York City and offshore oil rigs as well as brownout and whiteout conditions.
  • FlightSafety’s Master Aviator Program is available to Leonardo Helicopters AW139 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, now available to Leonardo Helicopters AW139 operators, are based on analysis of actual incidents and help develop solid flying skills, swift and accurate decisions and precise crew communication. These courses include:
    – Advanced Helicopter Crew Resource Management (CRM)
    – Advanced Helicopter Surviving Inadvertent Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC)