A new Alsim ALX at Malta School of Flying


Alsim is proud to communicate a new ALX in nextA function at Malta School of Flying – Professional Aviation Training.

Malta School of Flying was founded in 2004 and in a few years has become Malta's greater flight training organisation. The school operates a fleet of seven airplanes including a new P2006T state-of-the-art twin engine aircraft and a just purchased P92JS. Also, apart from flight operations personnel, the organisation has 8 qualified and experienced flight instructors.

A great climate all year round allows you to fly always in excellent condition, for which the student can 'end his training more quickly and with lower costs.
To lower costs again, Malta School of Flying has chosen a new ALX - Alsim, which will be installed in December 2013 et functioning in the first quarter of 201

Professional Aviation Training Academy Malta is a branch of Malta School of Flying and offers ICAO to EASA conversion courses, flight dispatcher refresher courses, radio-telephony courses, Aviation English training, ATCO familiarisation courses and more. The full range of approved courses are being delivered from one location, making intensive professional training possible at extremely competitive prices.

10/10/2013


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