Flight Simulator Training (FST) was founded in 1968 by two members of the flying club, sport kite enthusiast, George Horn and club captain, former KLM captain Richard Rees. In Hangar 7 at Schiphol airport found a suitable space. Soon after came the approval of the State Aviation Service for the procedure trainer.
It was clear that FST provided a great need. Club members, but also many others who aspired to a career in aviation, the first disciples were.
Many of these students are now flying with KLM, Transavia and other companies. Among the first customers included the Aviation Police, RLD and NLR.
When Hangar 7 was demolished, FST was established in building 70, which was and Schiphol-Oost is named after the opening of the new main port, the current Schiphol, Center for General Aviation, special charters and private jets.
New activities and simulator
Since 2000, to focus the current owner on a new target. The experience industry with incentives for companies and individuals.
In 2008 had to be moved again because of the demolition of Building 70 and we arrive in the Constellaton Building. There it was decided to buy a newer and more modern simulator, the Boeing 737-800.
In 2012 the upper floors of the old control tower came free and we moved over there. This location is of historical value and unique in its kind, which is the new target of great value.