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CAE Is ACSFs First Champion Of Aviation Safety - Sustaining Member

Presentation Will Be Made At Safety Symposium In March

The Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) is pleased to recognize CAE as its first "Champion of Safety" sustaining member. ACSF says the corporation has shown its commitment to the foundation's vision of enhancing and improving safety through its support and generous financial donation.

CAE provides simulation and modeling technologies and integrated training solutions for the civil aviation industry and defense forces around the globe. It has the largest installed base of civil and military full-flight simulators and training devices. Through its global network of 30 civil aviation and military training centers, more than 80,000 crewmembers are trained yearly.

The organization has extended an open invitation to join them at the 2011 Air Charter Safety Symposium, where CAE will be awarded with the first ACSF Champion of Safety - Sustaining Member plaque and recognize the corporation for its outstanding support and contributions to the ACSF. "We are very grateful for this generous leadership contribution and for the on-going support provided to the ACSF from CAE," said ACSF Chairman Jim Christiansen. "I'm looking forward to presenting the Champion of Safety recognition to CAE at the Safety Symposium in March. At the symposium, we will also have the pleasure of recognizing a number of other organizations that have provided generous support to the ACSF. The ACSF's work is vital and all of these organizations have made a tremendous statement and contribution to the advancement of safety in our industry. They deserve thanks and recognition from all of us."

Today, nearly 60 Part 135 and 91k operators have joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation to take advantage of important safety activities as well as vital outreach initiatives highlighting the improving safety record of the on-demand air charter industry.

FMI: www.acsf.aero/symposium

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