Euramec, based in Hamme, Belgium, has announced a new line of flight simulators for business aircraft. Because of limited availability of full flight simulators, recurrent training costs make up a significant portion of the budget for business jet operators, it said.  Upcoming changes in EASA regulations allow use of fixed base training devices for certain recurrent training programs, it said. Euramec also builds trainers to train aircraft mechanics. Initially, it will offer devices for ...


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