Flightsafety International Gets Army Training Work

Flightsafety International Inc. said it has been selected to provide classroom and flight simulator training for the Army's C-12 (King Air 200) pilots.

The five-year agreement includes $2 million for the first year and an overall worth of $11 million if all options are exercised annually.

More than 500 Army pilots will be trained each year, Flightsafety International said.

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