Alsim and Flight Simulator Trader have started a cooperation which now successfully led to a sale of a FNPTII MCC. The device, an AL200 MCC Trainer was sold to UAB Aerojet, taking overt he device for Akademija Grazdanskoj Aviacii, Kazakhstan, whose subsidiary company Training Center Part-FCL will be the operator of the FSTD. This simulator will enhance training of the school, which will be ATO certified at the end of the month.
Flight Simulator Trader (FST) assisted Alsim in generating the lead and provided first technical consulting for the customer, who was looking for that particular kind of device. In the following, FST assisted in negotiations and independently provided advice to the customer in order to arrange and balance benefits to both the manufacturer and the customer.
Alsim and Flight Simulator Trader cooperate on a non-exclusive basis in order to sell FSTDs. This collaboration with FST relieves the manufacturer and the customers from time and resource consuming tasks. Benefit of this model is to provide independent advice to the customer in depth knowledge of the industry and FST serving as a manufacturer-customer-interface.
Flight Simulator Trader is an independent company for trading flight simulators of all kinds and providing consulting and services to international customers. In particular FST trades professional flight simulation training devices (FSTDs) approved for pilot training, but also wants to be a general platform for those who invest in aviation businesses.
Alsim is a French based company having manufactured and qualified fix-base Flight Simulation Training Devices worldwide since 1994. Their generic concept which includes several aircraft classes has been unique and has proven successful throughout the world, especially for those flight schools, which have generic training concepts and seek a training device which covers most part of their curriculum from SEP, via MEP to METP and MEJ.
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