Professione Volare has two flight simulators available to their students for IFR courses.
FNPT II visual 200°, fit for IFR training and Multi Crew Coordination MCC according to EASA.
Ascent Jet Oriented
FNPT II Jet oriented visual 200°, fit for IFR training and Multi Crew Coordination MCC according to EASA.
Professione Volare has at it’s disposal a building that serves as the operative office, a hangar for maintenance of it’s fleet and many classrooms and spaces for the students. Everything is presented in a modern and functional form.
The fleet is mostly made out of new planes and modern ideas, new engines (diesel) and new avionic (glass cockpit). These choices prove the will of Professione Volare to favor safety and stimulate students, teachers and of course the maintenance staff.
Forli is the main town of the welcoming region of Emilia-Romagna, ideally situated between the Adriatic coast and the Apennines Mountains. The region is one of the richest and most dynamic in Italy; it excels in different economic sectors (industry, agriculture, tourism) and has a very interesting cultural and gastronomical heritage.
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