Spain-based simulator manufacturer entrol has sold an en-1000x FNPT II and an A32 FNPT II MCC to Debrecen, Hungary-based flight school Pharmaflight International Science and Service Center.
The en-1000x is an initial SEP and MEP training simulator, ready to give students a quick transfer of knowledge when transitioning to the real aircraft. It features a Garmin G1000 replica avionics suite developed by entrol, a cylindrical visual system and personalised scenarios so that Pharmaflight can give its students the best training possible. This simulator will also feature analogue configurations, making four different configurations in the same device.
The A32 is an APS MCC-focused simulator that replicates an Airbus A320 to train students in line with the skills airlines demand.
These simulators will be connected to a debriefing station outside the simulator area, where the instructors will review the flights and help the pilots grow by correcting the mistakes made in the training sessions.
entrol's team has already installed the en-1000x FNPT II in Pharmaflight premises in Debrecen and is looking forward to installing the A32 FNPT II MCC in the upcoming months.