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Bombardier to Offer Pilot Training to People Buying Learjet 85

April 11th, 2011 at 04:04 am in News
The famous aircraft manufacturing agency Bombardier Aerospace has recently purchased a Learjet model of 85 full-flight stimulator; the deal occurred between Bombardier and CAE. This model is bought by the company mainly for training the customers and helping the aircraft testing procedure. This step taken by Bombardier is a preparation before the delivery of the first model of a Learjet 85 in 2013. The president of the  [...]

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