ONE AIR Spanish Flight School announces its ALSIM ALX FNTP II upgrade


Alsim is happy to announce ALX FNPT II upgrade for One Air flight school (ATO-190) located in Malaga, Spain.

The upgrade to FNPT II Medium Jet based on the A320 will allow the school to provide the best MCC and JOC training courses in Malaga.

Agustin Cabanillas, One Air Head of Training, explains why the school upgrades their Alsim ALX:

“After successfully obtaining single-engine piston SEP certifications to carry out official training within the PPL, FI, SEP  and SEP renewal courses as well as the Multi Engine Piston MEP certification for the official training of the IR MEP and CPL courses and MEP renewals, we understood the need to offer our students the best MCC and JOC courses in Malaga based on a Medium Jet like the A320 / B737".

One Air offers to their students the best  instructors, with airline and executive aviation experience as well as the most modern fleet of Diamond Glass Cockpit aircraft. That is the reason why they need to offer the best in simulation through ALSIM and its ALX simulator, with official certifications FNPT II SEP, FNPT II MEP and FNPT II MCC with glass cockpit technology.

The ALSIM ALX simulator has the most advanced avionics Garmin GTN 650 and meets all the requirements and certifications necessary for the new mandatory Performance Based Navigation (PBN) courses.

26/07/2017


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