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Green Charter 2022
Green Charter 2022
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Fly 7 relocates Pilatus training device
Having bought a PC-12 flight simulator from Pilatus, Fly 7 had to get it moved to its own premises in Lausanne. FST stepped up with its turnkey solution and the device was recommissioned for training by early May.
Inside the PC-12 NGX flight simulator.
Read this story in our June 2022 printed issue.

Fly 7 Executive Aviation tasked Munich, Germany-based Flight Simulator Trader (FST) with relocating a PC-12 NG flight training device formerly owned by and located at the Pilatus Aircraft factory in Stans, Switzerland to its own premises at Lausanne La Bl├ęcherette airport.

The process involved disassembly, packing, transportation and recommissioning of the device in time for the official launch of the newly acquired and FOCA FTD2 qualified PC-12 NGX flight training device on 4th May, 2022.

FST managing director Alexander Schaffler says: "It was a pleasure to work with both teams at Fly 7 Executive Aviation and Pilatus to make this project a success. We wish Fly 7 a successful future specialising in PC-12 training."

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