Flight Simulation & Training

Aviation, more than most domains, requires significant, recurrent, and expensive training. Whether it is flight crew qualification/requalification, aircraft upgrades, aircraft maintenance, or a number of other sub-domains, aviation-centric training requires specialized equipment, people, and facilities.

These high-tech facilities, equipment and people are a great fit for Loudoun. Aviation-centric schools and universities are also a growing trend to fill aviation-related needs into the next century.

Loudoun is already rich in higher education offerings, but we actively seek academic or maintenance-related schools to provide workforce for the aviation sector by making local aviation-centric education accessible and affordable.

Location Advantages

  • Crossroads of multiple domestic and international carriers
  • Wide variety of aircraft types operating at Dulles
  • High-end business aviation market

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Swanka S. Burnette

Swanka S. Burnette

Business Development Manager

Phone (703) 771-5378