Aircare FACTS® Training Opens a New Emergency Procedures Training Center in Paris, France

Aircare International announced today that they have established a new fixed base training center between Le Bourget and Charles de Gaulle airports in Paris.

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This new training venue in Paris is strategically located to not only support our relationship with Dassault Falcon, but also to be a hub for all European business aviation operators. - said Brian Hayvaz, Director of Aircare FACTS Training

Olympia, WA (PRWEB) July 17, 2014

Aircare International announced today that they have established a new fixed base training center between Le Bourget and Charles de Gaulle airports in Paris. The newly opened center provides safety and emergency procedures (SEP) training for business aviation clients across Europe. Coupled with the existing Amsterdam center, Aircare FACTS Training is now available in both locations on a monthly basis.

“This new training venue in Paris is strategically located to not only support our relationship with Dassault Falcon, but also to be a hub for all European business aviation operators,” said Brian Hayvaz, Director of Aircare FACTS Training.

Aircare FACTS Training specializes in SEP training specifically for business aviation. The standard initial training course is three days and covers about eighteen different learning modules such as aircraft-specific egress and evacuation, live fire practice, Hypoxia Awareness Training, crew resource management, survival and search and rescue, underwater egress, and hazardous materials handling. The course also meets the requirements for aircraft-specific conversion training.

Aircare International’s Aircare FACTS Training was established in 1982, and today is the leading dedicated provider of SEP, with fixed training locations in Dallas, Texas; Morristown, New Jersey; Long Beach, California; and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

“Many European flight departments understand that commercial-airline SEP doesn’t necessarily fit for business aviation. In business aviation, we have a different type of passenger, different type of aircraft, and a different dynamic in emergency scenarios,” says Hayvaz. “Because of these differences, operations are realizing real safety value in enhancing their basic airline SEP training with FACTS’ business aviation-specific training.”

Aircare FACTS Training plans on holding six more training events at the Le Bourget training center during the rest of 2014, and is also available for custom, client-specific events. Scheduled classes for 2014 include 15-19 September, 24-28 November and 8-12 December.

About Aircare FACTS® Training
Aircare FACTS® Training is recognized as the most experienced and respected crewmember safety, medical and emergency training institution in business aviation. All Aircare FACTS® courses have unique, human factor based modules that are designed to provide pilots and flight attendants the most thorough emergency, medical, evacuation and safety programs available while using the most innovative training equipment offered in the corporate aviation industry. Aircare FACTS® Trained Crews – Trained to Save, Trained to Survive.

More information about Aircare FACTS can be found at http://www.factstraining.com.

About Aircare International
Aircare International specializes in medical, safety and emergency related training, services and products for business aviation. Aircare International products include Aircare FACTS® Training for crew member emergency procedures training; Aircare Crews® Staffing, providing a staffing solution for pilots and flight attendants; Aircare Access® Assistance, providing 24-7-365 tele-medical assistance and support services; and Majestic Aerotech, a part 145 repair station for medically related aerospace products.

More information can be found at http://www.aircaresolutionsgroup.com.


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