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Entrol H135 simulator obtains FTD Level 5
The Federal Aviation Administration has certified the entrol H135 simulator as a FTD Level 5 simulator. entrol now hopes to increase its presence in the US market.
The H135 FTD Level 5 simulator features dual GTN 750, spherical visual with six projectors, debriefing station and vibration system.

The FAA has certified entrol's H135 as a FTD Level 5 simulator. The first US installation was effected last year in Denver, Colorado for Sunny Aviation.

The H135 FTD Level 5 simulator features dual GTN 750, spherical visual with six projectors, debriefing station and vibration system, and is the first entrol simulator to be certified in the United States.

entrol business development manager Nacho Navacerrada says: “It is a milestone for us. After developing a K-MAX FTD Level 5 for Kaman Aerospace, we are glad to certify our first FTD Level 5 with the FAA. We plan to keep increasing our presence in the US market with the same goal we have always had: offering the best simulators at the best price.”

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