ALSIM solds a new AL200-DA42 in Belgium


Alsim is pleased to announce a new sales to Air Academy New Cag to enhance its training. The training company chose the AL200-DA42 simulator for their Charleroi Airport base. This trainer is the exact copy of the Diamond DA42 Twin Star. The AL200-DA42 Flight Synthetic Training Device allows students to become familiar with the aircraft's systems and dynamics. The specific systems allows the instructor to simulate particularly effective, while-in-flight training, making sure students are comfortable and familiar with the aircraft when they perform their first flight. The device has a view of 185-degree angle with three projectors, Jeppesen geographical database and dynamic control loading on three axes. AL200-DA42 simulator meets all the requirements of FAA/EASA.

 Air Academy New CAG is a flight training school created in 1976 and ATO approved according to EASA rules, for all pilot-training levels. Training programs organized by Air Academy New CAG are best known for their reliability. The school offers modern installation & equipment, the brand new and well-maintained aircraft fleet and their instructors offer students a real efficient training tool. They have had one of the best results in Belgium for the last few years, for both private or professional pilots.

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.

ALSIM Press release
Monday 19th January, 2015

22/01/2015


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