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The installation of the H125 Level D Full-Flight Simulator is well on its way. After completing the installation, the evaluation and approval of the EASA compliance authorities will take place.
The two European aviation companies, Coptersafety and HeliService, have started cooperation to provide top-level training for helicopter pilots.
The moving process of the CEA AW139 Level D Full-Flight Simulator began as Coptersafety moves the simulator into its new modern training center, located in the proximity of Helsinki airport, which already hosts a variety of FSTD’s.
Helicopter training service provider Coptersafety has announced a new Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Erkka Suvikumpu follows the company’s interim CEO Mr. Christer Niemi.
Coptersafety has announced a new appointment of a flight instructor, Gerardo Donatelli, to support its mission in helping operators to enhance safety in their operations.
HAI HELI-EXPO has come to an end. The exhibition gave us insight into the broad and current interests of the industry. Our team was also able to enhance and establish relationships with new and existing stakeholders.
The second day of the HAI HELI-EXPO was filled with knowledgeable aviation professionals. The Coptersafety team focused mainly on strengthening the existing relationships with operators and stakeholders.
The first day at HAI HELI-EXPO in Atlanta was full of exciting attractions. We got a chance to meet up with aviation professionals and demonstrate our helicopter pilot training offering for AW139, AW169, H125, and H145.
When Mikko Dahlman, a HEMS helicopter pilot and founder and board member of Coptersafety, surveyed the effects of pilot error in helicopter crashes, he wanted to lay the foundation for change
The installation of the Airbus H125 Level D Full-Flight Simulator is well on its way. The installation will be completed in the coming days after which a comprehensive software integration and testing will take place.
Team Coptersafety will be attending the HAI HELI-EXPO on 5-7 of March in Atlanta. Meet our crew at the Coptersafety booth C1410, which is located close to Airbus Helicopters.
The founder of Coptersafety focuses on developing Coptersafety as a member of the board.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has granted helicopter training service provider Coptersafety flight simulation training certificates.
Coptersafety hopes to refresh the market with its holistic approach to helicopter simulator training.
Launch of the new Maintenance Check Flight(MCF) course at Helitech International 2018.
Training for helicopter operators and maintenance service providers to facilitate the transition to meet the new 2019 regulations by the European Aviation Safety Agency.
Juha Ahtola has been named Head of Quality and Safety and Mikko Kallio Head of Training and Development. The new appointments are effective immediately.
Becoming a parent always involves shifts in your lifestyle and priorities. It is difficult to convey the amount of fatiguing and challenging work helicopter pilots do – especially when being a parent of small children at the same time.
The shortage of qualified pilots and mechanics will be soaring in the next years. So, could identifying the pilot candidates traits with the psychological assessment from early on help with finding the adequate pilots?
Simulators can offer remarkably versatile training for pilots, but the key is offering ultra-realistic training conditions that present real-life situations and locations.
We are convinced that an interactive, transparent and flexible approach makes our training highly effective and best meets our customers’ demands.
Coptersafety is an elite helicopter simulator training company devoted to improving the safety of ultimate and challenging circumstances of flight.
Las Vegas is known for its world-class shows and entertainment, HAI HELI-EXPO and its 51 spectacular helicopters fit well into the bright lights and rhythm of Las Vegas.
Low back pain, neck pain, and changes in posture are common problems among helicopter pilots. In fact, about 60-80% of pilots experience these symptoms.
To host its new full-flight simulators Coptersafety decided to build a brand-new training centre.