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PFT to give trainees faster transition with en-1000x
The glass cockpit is a G1000 replica, making the transition between simulator and aircraft faster and smoother. Customers can expand the simulator by adding a vibration system, debriefing station or smoke machine.
The simulators will be installed in the flight school's Agen, Nîmes and Melun bases between autumn 2021 and winter 2022.
Read this story in our October 2021 printed issue.

Paris Flight Training has purchased four en-1000x FNPT II simulators, developed by entrol. The simulator offers a SEP/MEP cockpit and an exchangeable analogue and glass cockpit. The glass cockpit is a G1000 replica, making the transition between simulator and aircraft faster and smoother.

The en-1000x is backed up by entrol's more than 15 years of experience and the feedback gathered from the previous en-1000 model. Customers can expand the simulator's capabilities by adding a vibration system, debriefing station, smoke machine or IOS remote control.

Arnaud Chaibi, CEO and co-founder of Paris Flight Training says: “We are pleased to set up this new long term partnership with entrol, a high-quality and modern simulator manufacturer for pilot training. Thanks to the arrival of these newest and latest generation of simulators, we are enhancing our training quality, giving our students and instructors a complete and powerful working tool.”

The simulators will be installed in the flight school's Agen, Nîmes and Melun bases between autumn 2021 and winter 2022.

PFT began operations in 2020, based at Orly Airport in Paris. Following Airways College bankruptcy in 2021 it was purchased by PFT, giving birth to PFT Aéro, extending the company and offering trainees access to a wide range of courses, ranging from initial flight training to type rating on A320/ B737 aircraft.

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