Alsim is pleased to announce Bayviet flight school, based in Vietnam, chose an Alsim ALX Business simulator for its MCC, JOC & FMS trainings.
Capt. Nguyen Nam Lien, Bayviet CEO, declares: “After a deep market study, we eventually decided to invest in an Alsim ALX because it fitted all our requirements: the simulator offered the range we needed to cover our training needs and is a proven-quality product”.
Audrey Jeffroy, Alsim Sales Director, adds: “We are happy to welcome Bayviet, a renowned school in Vietnam, as a new customer. The school, that already trained more than 300 students, offers highly qualified training and the Alsim ALX device will help them fulfill their promise”.
According to the Prime Minister's guidelines on Vietnam Aviation's recruiting and training commercial pilot, Viet Flight Training JSC (VFT) was founded in 6/2008 - together with the major aviation and relevant economic shareholders sectors as Vietnam Airlines, Vietnam Helicopter Corp. (Ministry of Defense), Vietnam Aircraft Leasing JSC (VALC), ESMA Aviation Academy (France), Vinaero and the Vietnamese Air Force. In the near future, Viet Flight Training JSC will launch the pilot localization plan in the spirit of developing domestic human resources towards the first Vietnam Flight School.
Bayviet’s vision is to develop a complete Training Center for Vietnamese pilots, to provide high quality pilots by strictly follow the international standards with reasonable cost and to meet the needs of Industry and Domestic Aviation sector.
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.
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