ALSIM has the pleasure to announce the AL172 flight simulator has been selected by Alpha Aviation Group, a leading provider of aviation training solutions based in Pampanga, Philippines.
The AL172 is an exact replica of the Cessna 172 SP Skyhawk NAVIII. It features real Garmin G1000 NXI avionics and is equipped with the ALSIM High Definition Visual System (HDVS). The AL172, due to the HDVS, provides students with the sense of motion in a fixed-base device. This immersion and depth perception allow the simulator to be used for even your most basic PPL training, cutting down time and costs required in an aircraft, in addition to instrument and other flight training.
Mrs Audrey Jeffroy, ALSIM Sales Director said: “We would like to thank our client for continuing to place their loyalty, trust, and confidence, in us, year after year.”
Alpha Aviation Group (AAG) is a leading provider of aviation training solutions, working with airlines across the globe, and offering a wide range of services. It specializes in cadet assessment and selection, type ratings and flagship ab-initio cadet programs. All these are tailored and optimized to the operational needs of its partner airlines.
The domestic and South East Asian markets are served from AAG’s base in the Philippines where they operate an Approved Training Organization (ATO) and a certified Type Rating Training Organization (TRTO) for the Airbus A320.
It also has the only EASA-certified Level D Airbus A320 and A330/340 Full Flight Simulators in its Philippine platform.
The Middle East Region is served by Alpha Aviation Academy UAE, a joint venture with Air Arabia in Sharjah UAE, the biggest MPL provider in the Region.
Alpha Aviation Group is a pioneering institution in pushing for the Multi-crew Pilot License (MPL) in the Philippines and UAE, the latter being the largest provider of First Officers via the MPL route. AAG has a proven track record of entering new markets and developing local relationships with regulators and airlines – often having to cross-certify between countries.
In June 2017, AAG formed a strong partnership with Philippine Airlines which involves leasing the company’s first ever CAE A330/340 Full Flight Simulator in the Philippines.
For more information about Alpha Aviation Group: www.aag.aero
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