Four simulators made in France ordered by an US university


At the origin of this order of 2 ALSIM AL250 and 2 ALSIM AL172 is the Kent State University College of Aeronautics and Engineering (CAE).
The simulators will be installed in their new 18,000 square foot Aeronautics Academic Center, slated to open in mid-2019, located at Kent State University Airport in Stow, Ohio

Kent State’s new Alsim simulator fleet will complement their aircraft fleet, the largest university fleet in Ohio. It includes 27 single-engine Cessna aircraft, two twin-engine Piper Seminoles and three single-engine Piper Arrows.

22/07/2018


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