TRU Simulation + Training has completed the interim Level C qualification of the first Boeing 737 MAX full flight simulator (FFS) at the Boeing Training Campus in Miami, Florida.
The qualification of the FFS, certified on February 16, 2017, by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), comes as Boeing announces that the 737 MAX achieved Amended Type Certification (ATC) from the FAA.
The suite TRU supplied includes an FFS and a Flat Panel Trainer classroom, which are part of a 10-year agreement for TRU to manufacture and deliver multiple 737 MAX full flight training suites to Boeing’s training campuses around the globe. TRU's 737 MAX FFS utilizes technology solutions such as TRU Horizon™ to integrate the Boeing Simulator Package (BSP).
TRU also received purchase orders from Boeing for the production of two full flight simulator (FFS) suites for Boeing’s newest twin-aisle airliner, the 777-9.
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