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Sun shining on Entrol with new Miami office
In addition to a new sales office in Miami, Entrol will have a showroom in Denver, Colorado, in collaboration with Sunny Aviation. An H135 FTD Level 5 will be available for clients looking to invest in time on an Entrol sim.
After 15 years of experience and over 70 simulators installed worldwide, Entrol's next challenge is to expand into the US market.

Spanish simulator manufacturer Entrol has launched its first US office in Miami, Florida, to support growth in the American market. Entrol aims to help American flight schools and operators improve their pilot training and optimise operational costs.

After installing FTD simulators for Kaman Aerospace, Conair and Sunny Aviation, opening a sales office in the USA was a natural step. “We are very excited about this milestone,” says Luis Olarte, CEO of Entrol. “After 15 years of experience and over 70 simulators installed worldwide, our next challenge is the expansion in the US market.”

In addition to the sales office, Entrol will have a showroom in Denver, Colorado, in collaboration with Sunny Aviation. An H135 FTD Level 5 will be available for everyone looking forward to flying an Entrol simulator.

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