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Boeing and Korean Air commence construction of new aviation training facility

By BA Staff
Boeing participated in a groundbreaking ceremony with Incheon and Korean Air for construction of Korea’s largest new aviation training facility to be located in Incheon’s Free Economic Zone (IFEZ).The new campus, which is slated to open in 2015, will allow Boeing to expand the scope of its training business in Korea and continue its long-standing training relationship with Korean Air.

The facility, once complete, will house 12 full-flight simulators for pilot training programs supporting Korean Air’s flight training needs.
Once the campus is complete, Boeing will relocate its existing training support staff and equipment to the new facility.

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