Spanish pilot school Adventia has acquired an Entrol en-1000 FNPT II and an en-4000 FNPT II MCC. Both devices have been installed at its campus in Salamanca, Spain.
The en-1000 FNPT II is a SEP/MEP reconfigurable simulator with an exchangeable glass/analogue cockpit. The en-4000 FNPT II MCC is SEP/MEP/jet reconfigurable. The jet version is very close to an Airbus A320, featuring sidesticks for realistic APS MCC training. This unit also has a vibration system that enhances the realism of the simulation.
“At the Adventia pilot school, we have trained more than 1,500 students at our Salamanca facilities during the last 40 years,” explains secretary general Fernando Gómez. “As a centre attached to the University of Salamanca, quality and excellence and constant innovation are the brand of the house. For this reason, when we decided to expand our simulator centre, we opted for Entrol, a leading Spanish company in the European market, to develop a simulator with the latest technology that includes movement, giving a realism in pilot training that few simulators can offer. With these new simulators, we will offer new programmes to future university generations of pilots, trusting that this training will become the benchmark in the sector.”