Record orders for new commercial aircraft and a compelling need for airline pilots worldwide is driving growth of the commercial flight training and simulation sector. But the rising cost of training and waning interest in a pilot career could slow growth in the training sector, according to a new study. “It is a mixed bag of news,” said Wayne Plucker, Frost and Sullivan’s aerospace defense director and author of the manufacturer driven study. “The simulator ...

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