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entrol develops AW139 simulator for Turkmenistan
The FNPT II MCC training device will be installed in Turkmenistan Airlines’ premises in Ashgabat by summer 2023.
The AW139-based simulator will be equipped with six channel 200ox70o FOV projection system, high realism vibration system and a debriefing station.

Spain-based simulator developer entrol is manufacturing a H39 FNPT II MCC based on the Leonardo AW139 together with Ussat Inzhener, an engineering company based in Turkmenistan. This device will be installed in Turkmenistan Airlines' premises in Ashgabat by summer 2023 and will improve the training offered to the operator's pilots.

This AW139-based simulator will be equipped with the latest technology entrol has to offer, including its six channel 200x70 degree FOV projection system, high realism vibration system and the debriefing station to review the training done in the simulator with the trainees.

"We are glad to include Turkmenistan in the list of countries with an entrol device. It shows how the company has been improving and increasing its worldwide presence these last years. Turkmenistan Airlines has purchased a great training tool, which I am certain will improve the quality of its training. We are proud of this project,” says business manager Juanjo Lechosa.

“This project is a big one for Ussat Inzhener. We want to thank entrol for working side by side with us, supporting such a special simulator. We hope entrol will provide the best solid quality product as the end user is a high level person,” adds Ussat Inzhener project manager Rahman Babajanov.

This simulator will be the first entrol device installed in Turkmenistan, adding the country to the long list of manager customers and increasing its presence in Asia.

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