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Flyschool expands sim fleet with third AL250
The academy has once again chosen Alsim for its IFR student training and a third AL250 simulator is on its way.
Flyschool Air Academy has acquired its third AL250 simulator for commercial pilot training.
Read this story in our February 2024 printed issue.

Spain-based ATO Flyschool Air Academy has acquired its third AL250 simulator for commercial pilot training. The school once again chose Alsim for the IFR training of its students.

The AL250 simulator addresses initial phase training needs (PPL, CPL, IR/ME) and is a SEP/MEP re-configurable simulator certified as an EASA FNPT II. In addition, it offers both classic and glass cockpits for each flight model at the simple flick of a switch. This device has been extremely well received since its creation, and more than 100 of these have already been installed and are in successful operation worldwide.

The purchase of this simulator is accompanied by a review, update and standardisation of the software and hardware level of the rest of the simulators that Alsim has previously supplied to the school at each base.

"We chose Alsim again because of the brand's great commitment to the school and the good relationship that has been established between the professionals of both companies. We have been working for years with the Alsim engineering team for the continuous improvement and development of the simulators, which allows us to have a product tailored to our students and the quality standards of the school," says Victor Valero, head of training at Flyschool Air Academy.

Audrey Jeffroy, Alsim sales director, adds: "We are delighted to deliver this third AL250 to Flyschool Air Academy and would like to thank it for its confidence. The installation of this AL250 in Madrid and the upgrade of the previously delivered simulators will allow it to offer high-quality training standards, train a higher number of students and is a good sign of confidence, not only in our simulators but also in our after-sales service. We look forward to continuing this successful cooperation between our companies."

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