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L3Harris Technologies signs with RwandAir

Posted 19 November 2019 · Add Comment

L3Harris Technologies has signed an agreement with RwandAir to support the airline’s pilot training plans and growth strategy.

 

The RwandAir training will start with A330 simulator time on L3Harris’ latest RealitySeven full-flight simulator (FFS) at its new London Training Centre, which opened in July this year.

Silver Munyaneza, deputy CEO in charge of operations, RwandAir, said: “We are impressed with the L3Harris London Training Centre’s technologically advanced devices and modern training environment. We believe it is the best facility to support our pilot training operations.”

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