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Entrol H11 MCC simulator deemed to be world class
The H11 FNPT II MCC is one of Entrol's most popular models, having been certified in many countries such as the US, Germany, France, Argentina and Sweden. Initial courses such as IR, CPL, ATPL and MCC will be offered.
The unit for World Aviation will be equipped with dual GTN 750, cylindrical visual system and enclosed IOS.
Read this story in our July 2021 printed issue.

entrol has sold an H11/H135 FNPT II MCC simulator to Spanish flight school World Aviation. It will be installed at World Aviation's training facilities in Cuatro Vientos airport in Madrid.

The H11 FNPT II MCC is one of entrol's most popular models, having been certified in many countries such as the US, Germany, France, Argentina and Sweden. This unit from World Aviation will be equipped with dual GTN 750, cylindrical visual system and enclosed IOS.

The simulator will allow World Aviation to enhance its initial courses (IR, CPL, ATPL and MCC) and provide additional training on the H135.

World Aviation CEO Alberto Delgado comments: “World Aviation Flight Academy and the whole team is up to the most demanding requests and maintains the firm commitment to train the best professionals, in this case thanks to this new flight simulator.”

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