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Netherlands certifies Entrol H135 sim
Entrol develops and manufactures helicopter and fixed-wing FNPT and FTD simulators for flight schools, airlines and operators in order to improve pilot training. Its H135 simulator has passed muster in central Europe.
All the components of the simulator, including flight model, systems and hardware panels, have been developed with Entrol's in-house technology.

Entrol's H135 FTD Level 3 simulator has been certified in the Netherlands. This certification represents an important milestone for Entrol, as the H135 FTD Level 3 has been approved for proficiency and operators checks. This will allow operators to optimise their training costs and expand the training they currently provide. All the components of the simulator, including flight model, systems and hardware panels, have been developed with Entrol's in-house technology.

Since 2005, Entrol has developed and manufactured helicopter and fixed-wing FNPT and FTD simulators for flight schools, airlines and operators in order to improve pilot training, increase security on aircraft operations and reduce operational costs.

Entrol simulators are covered by a comprehensive after-sales services and designed according to CS-FSTD and FAA FTD directives.

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