FLIGHT SAFETY International (FSI) is expanding its Toronto, Canada, training centre to accommodate a simulator for the Bombardier de Havilland Dash 8-400 high-speed regional turboprop. The simulator is scheduled to enter service in 1998.

The expanded centre, to be completed in July, will also house a Dash 8-100/200/300 Level D simulator. Both machines are being built by FlightSafety's Simulation Systems division. The Toronto centre, adjacent to the de Havilland plant, will house additionally two flight-training devices and a computer-based-training classroom.

Source: Flight International