ALSIM is very pleased to announce the sale of its latest simulator, the AL250, to Emirates Aviation Services, a flight training school in the United Arab Emirates. It will be the 1st one of its kind in the UAE.
The EASA & FAA qualified AL250 simulator was developed by ALSIM in 2016 in response to market demand. This compact FNPT II addresses initial phase training needs (PPL, CPL, IR/ME) and is SEP/MEP reconfigurable. In addition, it offers both classic and glass instrumentation for each flight model at the flick of a switch.
Mr M.M.K. Nair, Emirates Aviation Services Managing Director, explains why they chose ALSIM’s AL250, “ALSIM is well-known for producing exceptional flight simulator devices, offering good after-sales service and recognition among Civil Aviation Authorities made our decision to acquire the AL250 an easy one.”
Emirates Aviation Services is the pioneer in General Aviation and flight training in the UAE and the Middle East. Established in 1989 under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Dubai International Airports, it is the first school certified by the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority.
The company gives training towards PPL, Instrument Rating and conversion of foreign licenses to the UAE GCAA license. The UAE GCAA license is given in accordance with ICAO requirements and is internationally recognized. The syllabus covers both flight and ground lessons and provides all information and knowledge required for training pilots. The Chief Flight Instructor, assisted by other qualified instructors, undertakes the training. The school’s fleet consists of Cessna 172 single engine aircraft and a qualified maintenance team is always on standby to ensure aircraft are maintained to the highest standards.
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