We are delighted to announce that Military Flight Training Eastern Europe will take place in Budapest, Hungary, 12-14 December 2017. The summit is part of our Military Flight Training portfolio.

The portfolio is recognised as the leading flight training forum globally. In March this year, the conference welcomed delegations from 45 different nations comprising of 275 attendees and provided a unique opportunity to share lessons learned and best practices in fighter, fixed-wing & rotary training, whilst assessing solutions delivered by live, synthetic and ground-based simulation, and the methodology for pilot selection.

As part of this portfolio, we are delighted to host the annual Military Flight Training Eastern Europe conference which will focus on  the specific needs, priorities and challenges of  Air Forces in Eastern Europe. The summit will offer the chance to discuss multinational training initiatives, evaluate the practicality and implementation of integrated training systems and assess specific regional requirements in regard to platforms, equipment and other available training solutions. 

Speakers will be sharing best practice and lessons learned regarding flight training in rotary, cargo and fast jet airframes in order to drive critical discussion around the flight training requirements and challenges faced by Eastern European Air Forces.

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Join the MFT Eastern Europe Forum to:


Engage with senior representatives from the key Air Forces of the region- including Poland, Czech Republic and Ukraine, and take the opportunity to collaborate with key partners to explore new solutions to shared problems


Receive exclusive insight into how the new Polish fleet of M-346 trainer aircraft will be put to best use following the arrival of the first two airframes scheduled for 2016 and the latest updates from the European Defence Agency and NATO Support and Procurement Agency into how they are helping to enable smart investment from Air Forces in the region


Increase your awareness of the methods that Eastern European nations are using to maximise their flight training capability so that your organisation can participate in and contribute to the future development of capability in the region


Assess the level of progress being made with proposed multinational training initiatives and how they will potentially open the door to greater collective investment in the region – helping you to inform your own budgeting decisions

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