ALSIM wins simulator deals


ALSIM announcedALSIM announced the sale of an ALSIM AL42 simulator to Urbe Aero Flight Academy, one of the largest Flight Academies in Italy. The AL42 is an exact replica of the Diamond DA42, built using genuine aircraft parts and equipped with the latest real-world Garmin G1000 avionics suite. It also comes with the latest generation visual system, GFC 700 autopilot, and PBN/LPV capabilities.

“After a careful selection by the whole team of Urbe Aero Flight Academy, we have decided to start this cooperation with ALSIM. We were absolutely impressed by the realism of the AL42 simulator in terms of the flight model, immersive graphics, control load system, and by the responsiveness of the instructor operating station software. Our aim is to always provide cadets the most advanced tools in order to successfully prepare them for the career of commercial pilots in the best European airlines: we are sure that the new AL42 will be greatly appreciated by our airline partners and our cadets,” said Lorenzo Mezzadri, Accountable Manager of Urbe Aero Flight Academy.

Audrey Jeffroy, ALSIM’s Sales Director, said “It has been an absolute pleasure working with the Urbe Aero Flight Academy team over the past few months. We are extremely happy and proud to welcome Urbe Aero Flight Academy among our customers and would like to thank them for their confidence.”

ALSIM sells first AIRLINER
ALSIM announced the sale of the first AIRLINER in France to MERMOZ ACADEMY. The AIRLINER is the brand-new hybrid simulator (Fly-by-wire and conventional control) manufactured by ALSIM to address large flight training programs for advanced training such as Crew Resource Management, Jet Aircraft Handling, and Emergency Procedures. The versatile simulator is inspired by many different single-aisle aircraft, such as the A320, the A220, or the A350. Its generic flight model is based on new computational fluid dynamics offering a similar experience as FFS level D. On top of this, the AIRLINER represents the latest technology available in modern aircraft with similar automation and flight management systems.

Stéphane Larrieu, the Director of MERMOZ ACADEMY, said “MERMOZ ACADEMY is proud to have chosen ALSIM’s AIRLINER in the A320 version to provide its own MCC APS and to get closer to the skills sought by the airlines. As the first training school in France, MERMOZ ACADEMY has chosen ALSIM for the reliability, the quality of finish, and the realism of its simulators.”AAV_Bulletin

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