L3 Expands Flight Training Facility; Christopher Kubasik Quoted

Christopher Kubasik

L3 Technologies has doubled the size of its facility in Texas that offers military and commercial pilot training for fixed-wing aircraft, helicopter and unmanned platforms.

The company said Saturday it added 40K square feet of space at the Arlington Training Center to include an additional six full-flight simulators, classrooms equipped with virtual and augmented reality technologies and a dedicated environment for customers.

Christopher Kubasik, L3 chairman, president and CEO, said the company provides multiple training options to help address a worldwide demand for pilots and skilled aviation professionals.

The expanded training center is located close to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

L3’s link training and simulation business develops training systems and interactive and distributed courseware intended for platform operators and maintenance personnel.

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