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ALSIM sell its latest simulator, the AL250, to Atlantic Flight Academy

Posted 28 November 2016 · Add Comment

ALSIM has announced the sale of its latest simulator, the AL250, to Atlantic Flight Academy, a flight school located in Turkey.

The school already owns and operates an ALSIM ALX flight simulator and this new purchase confirms their confidence in Alsim.

The EASA & FAA qualified AL250 simulator has been developed in 2016 by ALSIM in response to market demand. This compact FNPT II addresses the initial phase training needs (PPL, CPL, IR/ME) and is SEP/ MEP reconfigurable. In addition, it offers both classic and glass instrumentation. 

Capt. Sermed Temizkan, Atlantic Flight Academy General Manager, said: “We’ve been using the ALX for 5 years and are very satisfied with its quality and its performance (over 5000 hours usage in 2016). We know the AL250 is based on ALX flight models and technology, which is a great assertiveness for us. This device has a lot of advantages: the AL250 FNPT II simulator will fully satisfy Basic Instrument Training requirements, SEP/IR & MEP/IR, as defined in EASA & JAR syllabuses. The AL250 is a compact device that can be reconfigured SEP/MEP, which is a great benefit for our instructors. They can change the aircraft configuration with just one simple touch, no need for any hardware changes or software uploads. Instrumentation can be glass or classic. For Atlantic Flight Academy, it’s a very affordable tool compared to all the benefits it brings, offering a great return on investment. It really answers our needs and will compliment perfectly the ALX.”

 

 

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