Posted by John McHaleSAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil, 14 Aug. 2010.Embraer CAE Training Services (ECTS) first Phenom 300 Full Flight Simulator (FFS) has been qualified by the Brazilian Civil Aviation Agency (Agencia Nacional de Aviacao Civil -- ANAC), the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The state-of-the art flight training tool located at CAE's SimuFlite Training Center in Dallas is already being used for Phenom 300 pilot qualification."I’m very satisfied to announce that the first Phenom 300 Full Flight Simulator is fully operational, serving ourcustomers," says Marcio Fernandes, Embraer customer training director. "This is an important achievement for our long-term strategy of supporting the growing fleet, and shows our commitment to deliver top-quality training services to our operators."This is the third ECTS FFS to provide pilot training for Phenom customers, and the first dedicated to the Phenom 300. The other two flight simulators support the Phenom 100 operations, and were certified in the second semester of 2009. One is also located at the Dallas facility, and the other is at CAE's Burgess Hill center, in the England.ECTS is a joint-venture between Embraer, and CAE. It combines Embraer's products with CAE's advanced simulation technology, training tools, and facilities network to provide pilots and maintenance technicians a step-by-step instruction, including theoretical, simulated, and practical activities.