The Montreal-based flight-simulator company’s Las Vegas training centre, which will house eight simulators, will open by the end of the year, said CAE vice-president Alexandre Prévost at the Farnborough Airshow. A second centre, where students will learn to fly Gulfstream aircrafts, is planned for Savannah, Georgia. CAE is also making a five-year, $1-billion investment in digital innovation, with a focus on developing AI-related improvements to training programs. (La Presse)
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