Alsim is pleased to announce the sale of an Alsim AL42 simulator to Booker Aviation (school based in the UK), via the investor Zero Four Five Aviation Ltd. The AL42 is the exact copy of the Diamond DA42 aircraft.
Mr. Simon Atkins, Head of Training at Booker Aviation, declares: “We realized a long time ago that the missing ingredient to our advanced level of training was a simulator which exactly replicated our upgraded multi-engine fleet. Alsim has the reputation and expertise that we were looking for and we are excited to start using the AL42 simulator for varying levels of training and examining from August 2015 here at Wycombe Air Park”.
Booker Aviation is an EASA Approved Training Organisation based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, UK. It is ideally situated for individuals wishing to undertake both private and commercial flight training near London and throughout the South-East of England. They also have a satellite training base in Durham Teesside airport covering select advanced levels of training to the community in the north of the UK.
With a fleet of 20+ aircraft ranging from 2 seat trainer Cessna 152s to state of the art glass cockpit Cessna 172s and Diamond DA42 Twinstars, Booker Aviation is well equipped to deliver any type of single-pilot modular flight training. Whether you’re a visitor wishing to purchase a trial lesson, become a commercial pilot, learning to become a Flight Instructor or renewing an Instrument Rating and / or class rating.
Alsim has been developing and manufacturing its simulators in France since 1994: its training solutions for private or professional pilots are sold all over the world, to more than 200 clients today.
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