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FlyBySchool's en-4000 receives AESA approval
The Entrol en-4000 simulator's SEP and MEP configurations are equipped with dual GTN 650 for PBN and LPV courses, and can be switched between glass and analogue cockpits. The jet configuration is close to an A320.
FlyBySchool is a launch customer of the en-4000.

An Entrol en-4000 simulator purchased by FlyBySchool, a flight school based in León, Spain, has achieved FNPT II MCC certification granted by the country's national aviation authority AESA.

FlyBySchool is the launch customer of Entrol's en-4000, which features SEP, MEP and jet configurations. The simulator's SEP and MEP configurations are equipped with dual GTN 650 for PBN and LPV courses, and can be switched between glass and analogue cockpits. The jet configuration is very close to an A320. It has dual MCDU, overhead complex, ECAM, throttle quadrant with trim wheels and optional sidesticks.

Entrol business manager Nacho Navacerrada says: “We developed this simulator with our customers in mind, to provide them with the best training tool for the best price for their IR-SE, IR-ME, ATPL and APS MCC courses. We are glad that the en-4000 is officially FNPT II MCC approved. It is a success for all the team involved in the project who have been working hard taking care of every detail.”

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