Alsim announced another FSTD sale to Aeroclub di Verona, a long-term Alsim user, based in Verona, Italy. The club has been operating an Alsim AL200 for more than 15 years together with one of our customers in the region. After attending a demonstration of the Alsim ALXin Nantes, they decided to purchase an ALX for their new MCC and APS MCC training courses.
The Alsim ALX FSTD provides up to 4 classes of aircraft–from single engine piston, twin engine piston, twin turbine up to medium category twin jets (generic B737/A320). The device is designed and approved for ATPL, CPL/MCC and JOC in compliance with all current regulatory standards. The ALX offers advanced technology simulation equipment tailored to your specific training requirements. In addition, it has a proven track record for cost-effectiveness and helps save numerous aircraft hours.
Mr. Marino Palla, Head of Training at Aeroclub di Verona, explains why his Aeroclub chose Alsim again: “With almost 100 years of history and experience we are one of the oldest flight schools in Italy. Having this background is a great motivation to look at the future of aviation. In order to provide up-to-date and top-notch training we chose the Alsim ALX to offer both our ATPL students and our club members a top-quality training device to enter the new era of aviation. Together with our joint venture company Flysim we will offer IR, multi-engine, JOC and MCC training through our knowledgeable team of flight instructors in our unique facilities, located in the northeast of Italy. We also look forward to welcoming other flight schools in the area to train their students using our simulator.”
Mr Nicolas de Lassus, Alsim’s Sales Account Manager, adds: “We would like to welcome Aeroclub di Verona into the Alsim Family. This is the seventh ALX customer in Italy, demonstrating the confidence Italian professionals have in this excellent device. Adding an ALX flight simulator will enable the school to provide high-quality courses to their students’ excellent training. The ALX supplies a complete training cycle in which ab initio students with zero hours experience will be trained to the level of airline-type rating standards. We hope this is the beginning of a long-term relationship between us”.
About Aeroclub di Verona
Located in the northeast, the richest part of Italy, Aeroclub di Verona is one of the most active flight schools in the country. With its facilities at the foot of the Alps, near Lake Garda and very close to the Adriatic sea and Venice, Aeroclub di Verona offers training from LAPL to ATPL in an amazing territory which not only pleases the eye but offers a variety of challenges to student pilots. They will learn the most beautiful job in the world, flying over mountainous areas, valleys, plains, and the sea. Afterwards they can relax exploring the historic sites of the ancient City of Verona, founded by the Romans.
We cooperate with “Ali per Tutti”, a nonprofit organization established to give disabled people the possibility to learn flying. One of our FIs is the founder of the organization.
Flying at Aeroclub di Verona is always an experience for both the private and commercial pilot. In recent years dozens of our graduate students joined the aviation industry and are now flying worldwide.
With their almost 100 years of experience, Aeroclub di Verona is the school you can trust.
For more information about Aeroclub di Verona, visit https://www.aeroclubverona.it/
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