Tuesday 30th September, 2014 – Alsim celebrated its 20th anniversary on September 17-19, during its 4th Operator's Club in Agen, south west of France. Approximately 60 clients came from several continents for discussions between aviation professionals. The conference day saw experts & Alsim representatives expose their questions, ideas and advancements. Visitors also had the opportunity to try our last ALX & AL42 simulators' versions during private demo sessions.
These simulator demos were organized at Airways Formation flight training school, acquired by Alsim in 2012. With more than 25 years of experience, the training center, which was Alsim's 1st customer and is located in 3 French cities, proposing integrated & modular ATPL and instructor training, among other services. The 2 branches have a strong relationship and offer the greatest guarantees of evolution to the group, whether on a sales point of a view or a technical development one.
Alsim's history started in the mid-90s with the development of 1st FSTD prototype, quickly followed by 1st JAR qualification in France in 1997. The company started exporting its simulators in 1999, in Spain. A couple of years after, the company grew stronger with the Diamond DA42 Twin Star FNPTII sim. The ALX FNPT II FSTD, which replaces up to 4 different machines, was introduced in 2006, and continues evolving year after year, with new in-built products, thanks to a dedicated R&D team. Its training solutions for private or professional pilots are sold all over the world, to more than 200 clients today.
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