Air Force Taps FlightSafety to Provide Pilot, Engineer Training

Jeff Brody

FlightSafety International has won a five-year, $46.3M contract to provide training services for U.S. Air Force pilots and flight engineers working on the Gulfstream series aircraft.

Services under the firm-fixed-price requirements contract include technical courses as well as foundational and refresher levels of academic and simulator training, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Contract work will occur in California, Delaware, Georgia and Texas through September 2024.

Two proposals were received by the Air Force for the contract.

The 763rd Specialized Contracting Squadron at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., is the contracting activity.

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