Metro Aviation debuts training center

SHREVEPORT, La., 5 March 2013. Metro Aviation has completed a comprehensive, 12,000-square-foot training center, complete with the latest-generation learning tools dedicated to safety and efficiency through training and co-located at the company's main offices in Shreveport, Louisiana. 

The company will provide advanced training presentations and techniques to its staff of more than 700 maintenance technicians and pilots around the U.S.

Engine manufacturer Turbomeca will also provide customer training at the facility in northern Louisiana, in addition to FAA pilot and maintenance testing authorization expected later this year.

Company Director of Training Terry Palmer will oversee all aspects of training at the facility, in addition to ongoing plans to develop simulator capability as part of future growth. 

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