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ALSIM and Airline Pilot Club join forces to enhance flight training experience

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ALSIM and Airline Pilot Club join forces to enhance flight training experience - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Aircraft: Airplanes

Pilot training industry needs innovation, and this strategic partnership between ALSIM and the Airline Pilot Club is aimed doing just that. The well-documented pilot shortage requires the need for collaboration and innovation that leverage competency-based training and assessment in a training footprint that produces “Airline Ready Pilots”.

As industry leaders, ALSIM and APC recognize this need and have partnered to provide a more sustainable and efficient flight training industry. This partnership will leverage ALSIM’s advanced flight simulators and APC’s industry expertise to deliver a unique and effective training experience. The ALSIM and APC partnership will contribute to energizing the pilot training industry by sharing resources, knowledge, and technology to enhance the quality of training. Key innovations include providing access to APC’s comprehensive APS MCC training program on the ALSIM Airliner product line, leveraging ALSIM’s innovative technology and simulators, and providing a flexible simulation environment for different types of airliners.

ALSIM CEO, Jean-Paul Monnin commented: “We are excited to partner with APC and believe that this collaboration will help us provide better training platforms for our customers. This partnership aligns with our goal of creating innovative solutions to enhance the aviation industry.”

APC CEO, Andy O’Shea said: “This partnership with ALSIM will enable us to offer a more comprehensive and integrated approach to flight training.We believe that this partnership will lead to a more efficient aviation training industry focused on competencies using the latest technologies.”

For ALSIM customers, this partnership will allow access to APC’s comprehensive training program and airline partner network to ensure all their requirements are included in their future product development. APC members will benefit from the integration on ALSIM’s innovative state-of-the-art technology and simulators within APC flight training partners’ training footprint, which will enhance their training capabilities. Finally, APC airline partners will benefit from having a larger pool of highly trained and qualified pilots, thanks to the integration of ALSIM’s advanced training technology and APC’s comprehensive training program.

ALSIM and APC partnership aims to enhance the pilot training industry and provide a more comprehensive and integrated approach to flight training focusing on competency-based training. The partnership will leverage ALSIM’s advanced flight simulators and APC’s industry expertise to deliver a unique and effective training experience with the APC APS MCC program initially.





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