Alsim Americas announced today the sales of an ALX simulator to Inter American University of Puerto Rico.
The new simulator will be installed and operational in March of this year. Training from ab initio to medium jet will ensure a high quality of training to airlines students completed, in the generic ALX simulator. Jorge Calaf, Dean of the School of Aeronautics, explains: “We have been impressed by the quality of the simulator and the wide range of training it offers. It definitely answers all our needs and will help us maintain our high quality training programs in the Airline industry”.
The Inter American University of Puerto Rico (UIPR) was founded in 1912. In 1944 it became the first institution outside the continental United States to be accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
The School of Aeronautics of the Inter American University of Puerto Rico offers Bachelor degree programs in Aircraft Systems Management (Professional Pilot), which is accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International (www.aabi.aero), and Aviation Science Management.
The School of Aeronautics is a Part FAR 141 certified flight school with a fleet of 10 Piper aircraft for training. Their flight school offers ab--a€initio training for international and domestic students.
For more information about the School of Aeronautics of Inter American University of Puerto Rico please visit
Alsim has been developing and manufacturing its simulators since 1994: its training solutions are sold all over the world, to more than 200 customers today. The ALX, its flagship solution, is a generic simulator, covering a wide range of training from ab-initio to Airline quality training.
ALSIM Press Release
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