Tradeshow participation takes skilled planning and organizing but can reap many benefits to the companies that exhibit. In preparation for this year’s WATS, FlightPath is reflecting on the success since WATS 2013. Upon return from WATS, FlightPath put the finishing touches on its Training Center and Executive residence located in Toronto, Canada. The company showcased their state of the art facility with two fully equipped classrooms featuring dual ceiling-mounted, large-screen projection systems, in ceiling audio and iPad-compatible technology. FlightPath recently integrated two 60” flat screen televisions for projection of flight deck panels and aircraft schematics. The ability to zoom in on main elements of the projected display provides the instructor the ability to focus on various key elements during delivery of the course and therefore enhancing the student’s ability to understand and succeed.
FlightPath is prepared for an increase in student attendance since the recent EASA approvals of eight Bombardier Regional Jet (CRJ) courses, including full, Part 147 Practical Training. The addition of the EASA certified training and theoretical programs will further support Bombardier in providing quality CRJ programs to operators worldwide.
Closing out a successful year and starting another exciting year, FlightPath will be attending WATS 2014 on a high note. The expansion of FlightPath’s corporate head office is due to open March 20, 2014, providing space for the numerous new employees that administer the training programs and customer support which makes it possible for FlightPath to provide quality training.