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Accademia de Volo acquires an ALX flight simulator
The Alsim ALX, a multipurpose tool from single to multi engine aircraft that can even simulate a heavy jet, will be perfect for the school's MCC course and IR rating.
Accademia de Volo instructors were impressed by the visual definition and reliable control feedback.
Read this story in our June 2024 printed issue.

More than 20 years after its first order, Italy-based flight school Accademia del Volo has once again chosen Alsim for its training needs with an ALX simulator.

The Alsim ALX provides up to four classes of aircraft from single engine piston, twin engine piston, twin turbine up to medium category twin jet. The device is designed and approved for ATPL, CPL and MCC in compliance with all current regulatory standards. It offers advanced technology simulation equipment tailored to all specific training requirements. In addition, it has a proven track record for cost-effectiveness and helps save numerous aircraft hours.

Accountable manager Marco Corridori says: "We decided to buy the ALX simulator because it is, for us, the best solution on the market, a multipurpose tool from single engine to multi engine aircraft. We can even simulate a heavy jet aircraft. It will be perfect for the MCC course, the IR rating and the other many courses that we can offer to our students and external customers. We had the chance to try it, and our instructors' team was very impressed by the nice visual definition and reliable control feedback."

Alsim sales manager Leonardo Rodrigues adds: "Alsim is honoured to be a partner of Accademia del Volo CEPU for the last 20 years as it trained a generation of Italian pilots and instructors. Now, with its new Alsim ALX simulator, CEPU's students will be able to credit flight hours towards more licences, and the academy will be well equipped to continue its leadership in Italy for years to come."

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