How Good Are You Familiar with PT6 Engines

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Hello all dear pilots! How is your knowledge on new PT6 engine?

In case you find yourself stuck up somewhere, then you should attend the new PT6 engine familiarization training program that has been introduced by FlightSafety International.

For whom this training program has been designed?

Well dear pilots if you fly PT6 powered turboprop aircraft than this FlightSafety’s new PT6 engine familiarization training program is for you.

You will get to know about all the operating fundamentals of PT6 powered turboprop aircraft.

Daniel MacLellan, Senior President, Operations has this to say about the program – the course will start with basic theory, moving to engine to airframe interface and what are best practices as and when you operate the engine.

This program is wonderful for pilots who are transitioning from piston powered aircraft to turbine powered aircraft.

So what all places this course is being offered?

If you want to attend this FlightSafety’s new PT6 engine familiarization training program than you will have to move either to Montreal, Canada or Botucato, Brazil.

In the coming time this program will be offered at other FlightSafety locations as well.

What is this FlightSafety?

My dear fellow pilots, FlightSafety is the authorized training provider Pratt & Whitney Canada since 2010.

In case any of you are not aware, FlightSafety provides advanced, technology-based maintenance training program for a number of Pratt & Whitney Canada engines. It includes turbofan, turboprop and turboshaft engines, and also for auxiliary power units (APUs).

Company officials say both classroom and hands-on instructions are provided in these maintenance training programs.

Where are these programs offered?

  • Bangalore, India
  • Brisbane, Australia
  • Botuctu, Brazil
  • Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas
  • Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Montreal, Canada
  • Haikou, China
  • Toronto, Canada
  • Singapore
  • Paris-Le Bourget, France

The credibility of FlightSafety is well known and nearly 14,000 courses for Pratt & Whitney Canada engines and APUs has been delivered by it. The training organization has presence in 126 countries.

Company officials pointed out that it has Learning Centers across the globe and pilots can also take eLearning and interactive distance learning.

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