Military Flight Training Eastern Europe will take place in Budapest, Hungary, 12-14 December 2017. Held in official partnership with the Hungarian Ministry of Defence, the summit is recognised as the leading, regional flight training forum. 
The objective of the conference is to support the extensive training modernisation projects recently announced by key Eastern European Air Forces. 

The event brings together senior decision-makers from key Eastern European states, creating a tailored forum for the region. The summit will allow attendees to gain an understanding of how to transform their flight training systems, maximise readiness of the fleet, enhance interoperability, and incorporate the correct balance between live and synthetic training.  Speakers will provide a comprehensive account of Eastern European developments by unveiling regional procurement plans, challenges, and requirements in regard to fixed-wing and rotary-wing flight training, equipment, and platforms.
The conference will determine methods to alleviate the flight hour deficit, achieve compliance with NATO standards, and ultimately align capabilities to the future threat environment. By examining ways to enhance the full spectrum of flight training, the conference will allow attendees to maximise deterrence, enhance rapid reaction capacity, and upgrade agility of their fleets. ·

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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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