LA GUARDIA AIRPORT, NEW YORK (April 10, 2013) – FlightSafety International is pleased to announce that George Brady has been promoted to Director, Product Support and Simulator Operations.
“Our Customers and Teammates will appreciate and benefit from George’s experience, commitment to excellence, and dedication to provide outstanding service,” said John Van Maren, Vice President, Simulation. “Our Product Support and Simulator Operations team continuously look for ways to enhance and improve the service they provide to those who operate the growing fleet of FlightSafety simulators and other advanced training devices around the world.”
FlightSafety’s Product Support and Simulator Operations team provides comprehensive 24/7/365 service and support for simulators and other advanced training devices around the globe through the company’s extensive network of Learning Centers and parts depots.
Prior to joining FlightSafety in 1999, George served in the United States Air Force as a Flight Simulator Specialist. He also worked at McDonnell Douglas/Boeing in the areas of Simulation Support, Logistics Management, and Quality Management.
George’s roles at FlightSafety have included Logistics Manager, Commercial Program Manager and Director, Simulation Operations Support. He holds a degree in Business Management from Louisiana Tech University, and attended Continuous Management Training through the FlightSafety Leadership Center in conjunction with Darden Graduate School of Business.
FlightSafety is a world leading supplier of aviation training devices, visual systems, and displays. The company has designed, manufactured, and delivered more than 1,000 visual systems, and close to 800 simulators and other advanced training devices. They are used in the training FlightSafety provides at its Learning Centers and by many leading airlines, governments, and military agencies.
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