Alsim Simulators Celebrates its 20th Anniversary


Alsim celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and will organize on this occasion a 4th Operator's Club, from 17 to 19 September in Agen, South-West of France.

Numerous clients, from several continents, are expected during this meeting with discussions between aviation professionals. They will also have the opportunity to try last ALX & AL42 simulators' versions during demo sessions.

On this occasion, Alsim proposes various promotional offers on the ALX, its flagship product, providing a buy back solution, and on the new generation of its AL42 simulator.

Upgraded Alsim visual system will be available for Q4 and provides a better depth perception, with improved details & resolution, for a better feel of speed and altitude.

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.

The ALX, state-of-the-art flight simulator is a multi-model tool, covering a wide range of training from PPL to MCC. It allows training on different kinds of aircraft: single or multi engine, piston, turboprop or light and medium jet turbo fan environments with both analogue and glass instrumentation.

Alsim Newsletter. Monday 28th July, 2014

07/08/2014


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