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ALSIM and Three DIS won a major contract for three FNPT II MCC simulators

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Dana Ermolenko
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ALSIM Simulateurs S.A.S. has been awarded a contract by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) for the design and production of three Flight Simulator Training Device (FSTD) simulators of EASA Flight Navigation and Procedure Trainer (FNPT) Multi Crew Coordination (MCC) level II types for Single Aisle aircraft – Airbus family type in March 2021. The Factory Acceptance will be performed in Nantes, France and the Installation/Commission at AAI in India (Three AAI Training Centres: CATC Prayagraj, HTC Hyderabad and NIATAM Gondia). The project includes three years warranty followed by another three years of Annual Maintenance Contract.

The RFP was released by AAI in January 2020 and international manufacturers from Spain, Austria and Germany participated.  The three FNPT II MCC Single Aisle aircraft simulators are scheduled to begin service between the end of 2021 and early 2022.

ALSIM fully supports the “Make in India” program and complies with this initiative. Three DIS Integrated Solutions Ltd. (Three DIS), a New Delhi based company, was selected as the industrial partner in India. Three DIS is a brand agnostic organization specializing in the domain of Civil Aviation and Defense offering a wide range of mission critical airport related products and services at 33 Civil and 59 Defense airports.


Three DIS will perform a significant workshare including, supply, integration of RSI’s Collimated Visual Display, the complete simulator installation and site acceptances located at the three AAI training centres. Three DIS will also ensure local support for the warranty and maintenance services. ALSIM will provide the detailed modelling of the fifteen specific airports in India as selected by AAI.

The three FNPT II MCC Single Aisle aircraft simulators contract is instrumental for both ALSIM and Three DIS, to participate as a key player in the field of Flight Simulators for all future projects in India and Asia.

ALSIM and Three DIS are honoured that the Airports Authority of India, DGCA, Ministry of Civil Aviation continue to trust and support the group as the industry's premier provider of commercial aircraft flight simulator in support of Air Traffic Controllers training programs.

Three DIS is a brand agnostic organization specializing in the domain of Civil Aviation and Defense offering wide range of mission critical airport related products and services at 33 Civil and 59 Defense airports. The group is well supported by over 900+ qualified professionals. Three DIS is an ISO9001, AS9100 and BCAS verified, DRDO, MoD and NSIC registered organization. Three DIS is also duly verified and certified by Trace International – the international benchmark certification for commercial transparency.Three DIS has proven expertise in all four areas of Aviation - ATC/ATM, Air Side, Terminal Side and Cargo Operations. Organization is well supported by qualified professionals including trained Engineers and Project Managers, most of which are certified by our various global OEMs.

 



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