Total Training Package
At Bombardier Military Aviation Training (MAT), we deliver innovative and cost-effective integrated training solutions, producing world-class military aircrew. We identify, specify and seamlessly integrate training aircraft, simulators and other training products to provide a total training package.
Our reputation for excellence begins with our dedicated professionals whose capabilities include:
- Courseware development
- Ground-based training
- Site management
- Flight training
- Simulator training
- Flight support
- Program management
In partnership with government, Bombardier Military Aviation Training integrates military pilot training with industry support. This partnership ensures high standards of quality, predictable long-term costs and an exceptional training environment.
Training ranges from ab initio courses to jet-based tactical fighter lead-in instruction using:
- Multi-engine aircraft
- Highly sophisticated simulators
Bombardier Military Aviation Training (MAT) Programs
NATO Flying Training in Canada
The NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program is widely recognized as the world’s benchmark pilot training system. NFTC combines basic, advanced and fighter lead-in training to provide a comprehensive pilot training program.
NFTC is designed and operated in a military-industry partnership, with Bombardier serving as the training service integrator. NFTC is offered in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, and Cold Lake, Alberta, in Canada. NFTC's training air space covers over 700,000 kilometres.
Launched in 2000, NFTC allows you to forecast and manage fighter pilot training costs in one of the world’s best training environments. To date, participating countries include Canada, Denmark, the U.K., Singapore, Italy, Hungary, Austria and the United Arab Emirates.
Find out more about Bombardier’s NFTC program.
Advanced Distributed Combat Training System
Since 2004, Bombardier MAT has been training Canada's CF-18 pilots using state-of-the-art, cost-effective simulator training. To deliver the training, we designed and built state-of-the-art facilities at 3 Wing Bagotville, Québec, and 4 Wing Cold Lake, Alberta.
Six networked simulators link the two military bases, allowing participants to interact with one another and compete against real-life opponents. We also provide all instructional and support services.
For more information, contact:
|Mr. Hank Blasiak |
Bombardier Aerospace - Military Aviation Training