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FlightSafety International

FlightSafety International
wholly owned subsidiary
Industry Flight Training, Flight Simulator, Aerospace, Aviation
Founded Flushing, NY (1951)
Headquarters La Guardia Airport, Marine Air Terminal
Key people
Albert Ueltschi - founder and Chairman, Bruce Whitman - President & CEO
Products Commercial Aviation Training, Military Training, Full Flight Simulators, Visual Simulation, Simulation Software
Revenue reported in annual Berkshire Hathaway financial statements
Number of employees
4,000+ worldwide
Parent Berkshire Hathaway
Website http://www.flightsafety.com/

FlightSafety International is a provider of professional aviation training, simulation equipment and software, operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, who has owned the company since 1996.

The company provides training for fixed and rotary wing pilots, flight attendants, dispatchers, and maintenance technicians. FlightSafety serves both corporate (business aviation) and commercial customers.

Divisions

  • FlightSafety International - Simulation
    • FlightSafety Simulation Systems
    • FlightSafety Visual Simulation Systems
  • FlightSafety Services Corporation
  • FlightSafety Academy
  • FlightSafety CourseWare Support

External links

  • FlightSafety International website


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