Boeing Training & Flight Services Completes Visual Upgrade of ANA’s 767 Simulators

TOKYO, July 26, 2010 -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) Training & Flight Services has completed an update of the visual systems on All Nippon Airways’ (ANA) three 767-300 full-flight simulators in Tokyo. The upgrade enhances the realism and quality of the training and ensures conformity with the latest regulatory requirements.

“Given our global experience in simulator visual systems upgrades, we were able to bring best practices to the ANA project,” said Mark Albert, director of Simulator Services for Boeing Training & Flight Services. “We look forward to continuing to support ANA’s training needs and building on our long-standing relationship with ANA.”

Boeing Training & Flight Services provides world-class full-service simulator updates, upgrades and modifications. A team of experienced engineers and project managers use best practices from around the world to enhance each project.

“ANA is pleased with our partnership with Boeing Training & Flight Services and that they have shared their expertise and knowledge to assist us with the enhancement and upgrade of our 767-300 simulators”, said Shigekazu Miyazaki, vice president of Flight Training at ANA. “We are constantly reviewing our training technologies and despite the economic downturn, ANA will continue to invest in providing the best training devices and equipment for our pilots and flight crew from other airlines who train at our facility.”

Boeing Training & Flight Services provides innovative training products and services to more than 400 customers around the world. Its training and services programs are accepted by more than 100 regulatory agencies worldwide.



Samantha Solomon
Communication, Boeing Training & Flight Services
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Rob Henderson
Communication, Boeing Japan
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