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AVweb's search of news in aviation found announcements from FlyThisSim, Rectrix Aviation, Aviator Flight Training and Baldwin Aviation. Increasing demand for FlyThisSim TouchTrainers from international customers has prompted FlyThisSim to integrate worldwide navigation data into their range of TouchTrainers. "TouchTrainer customers can now switch their simulators to fly approaches into airfields in any country," said Carl Suttle, co-CEO of FlyThisSim. "We recently purchased the rights to ship worldwide navigation data with our systems." Rectrix Aviation, a provider of premium jet service and charters, aircraft management, aircraft maintenance, and fixed-based operations services, has submitted an application to the Department of Transportation to conduct scheduled air service as a commuter carrier between Hyannis, MA (KHYA) and Nantucket, MA (KACK). 

Aviator Flight Training announced the finalization of their first Tecnam P2006T Next-Generation twin-engine aircraft from Tecnam USA. Aviator Flight Training of Upland, California, is scheduled to accept delivery of their Tecnam P2006T on Feb. 25, 2016. Advanced multi-engine instruction and rental are scheduled to start in March of 2016, adding to the unique fleet offered in the Southern California area. Baldwin Aviation, the world's leading provider of customized safety management and operational efficiency systems for aviation, ground and airport operations, has announced a strategic alliance with one of the industry's leading aviation safety consultancies, Safety Operating Systems.