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Allegiant Air and Hawaiian Airlines Come to an Agreement with Lockheed Martin Commercial Flight Training


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Lockheed Martin won orders from two top airline carriers for full commercial flight simulators.  Allegiant Air will be adding a brand new Allegiant A320 simulator to their current equipment portfolio. While Hawaiian Airlines adds the LMCFT A320 to go with their already owned LMCFT A330 simulator.

Allegiant Air headquarters, which is based in Las Vegas already, holds several LMCFT simulators used for their Allegiant and Avenger Flight Group training. The business model of Allegiant Air caters to primarily leisure travelers, mostly focused on colder northern climate travelers seeking warm weather destinations and high traffic tourist spots.

Hawaiian Airlines is the largest airline in Hawaii and is the 8th largest commercial airline in the United States.  The main hub is located at Honolulu International Airport, operating lights to Asia and the United States mainland. Hawaiian Airlines is said to be the oldest US carrier that has never had a fetal accident, and tend to rank near the top of the lists with the lowest cancellations, over sales and baggage handling claims.

Lockheed Martin, one of the top American global aerospace, defense, security, and advanced technologies is headquartered in Bethesda, MD.  They provide an array of commercial aviation training products and services, with top products such as Airbus A320, A330 & Boeing 737, 767, 777 and 787 full flight simulators.

With LMCFT being recognized by many for their training efficiency with their simulators, there have been rumors that CAE will acquire LMCFT. CAE a global leader in training solutions and inter-graded technology expects to strike a deal to increase their training services throughout their training centers in Brazil and South Korea.


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