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Alsim sells an AL250 simulator to Algavia

Posted 26 August 2016 · Add Comment

Alsim has announced the sale of an AL250 simulator to Algavia, FTO based in Oran, Algeria.

The AL250, FAA & EASA qualified FNPT II simulator, has been developed recently by Alsim and answers first phases training needs: PPL, CPL & IR/ME. This simulator is reconfigurable SEP/MEP and also offers glass or classical instrumentation.

Amry Allel Nassim, said: "We chose the ALSIM AL250 because of its great performance. The device offers high quality educational support for our training. Furthermore, Alsim are a well-known company who already have clients in Algeria, this gave us the confidence required to make the right decision for Algavia.

Algavia flight school is an FTO created in 2013 and certified by the Authority in charge of Civil Aviation in Algeria, Civil Aviation & Meteorology Direction, and The Ministry of Public Works and Transports. The school proposes a large and complete range of training and activities in the aviation sector and in particular, to train pilots (PPL/A - CPL/A - CPL/A.IR - ATPL/A- MCC). The school is planning to buy two DA40 next year and a DA42 in the medium term.

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