Tuesday 3 November 2015 – Alsim is pleased to announce the sale of an “Ultimate” Alsim ALX simulator to G Air, flight school located near Lisbon, Portugal.
Contract has been signed during EATS Warsaw event and the device will be delivered in December 2015.
Ana Vasques, G Air’s President, explains why she selected Alsim ALX: “We already work with two Alsim simulators and have great relationship with Alsim staff: we know how they work and trust in their products and reactivity.
This new ALX is a great tool as it can supply complete training cycle, offers up to four classes of aircraft and will help G Air expand its MPL programs. It will really help us achieve our goal: offer the best training to our students”.
Audrey Jeffroy, Alsim Sales Director adds: “We are very happy G Air continues to choose Alsim: it is a real proof of their confidence”.
G Air is a 35-year experienced Flight School. Founded in 1979 under the name Aerocondor, the school trained thousands of pilots and other flight personnel that now serve in all major airline companies. In 2013 it became a member of G Air Group, with a higher ambition and a stronger passion to take the skies and help develop a new generation of pilots, offering aviation training excellence and top class facilities within a multicultural environment.
G Air has established strong partnerships with some of the main worldwide players in aviation, making the school Approved Training Providers for Jeppesen Boeing, IATA and Emirates Aviation University. G Air invested in building one of the largest aviation-training centre in the world, near Lisbon, Portugal, with a 1.800-meter runway, dedicated ILS (Instrument Landing System) and over 260.000 sq. ft.
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