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ALSIM stronger in Poland thanks to the sale of an ALSIM AL250 simulator to GoldWings Flight Academy

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ALSIM stronger in Poland thanks to the sale of an ALSIM AL250 simulator to GoldWings Flight Academy - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Poland Aircraft: Airplanes

ALSIM is thrilled to announce the sale of an AL250 to GoldWings Flight Academy based in Warsaw and Krakow, Poland.

The AL250 simulator addresses initial phase training needs (PPL, CPL, IR/ME) and is SEP/MEP re-configurable simulator certified as an EASA FNPT II. In addition, it offers both classic and glass cockpit instrumentation for each flight model at the simple flick of a switch. This device has been extremely well received since its creation and more than 75 of these have already been installed and are in successful operation worldwide.

Arkadiusz Jesionek, experienced airline Captain and Member of board of GoldWings Flight Academy said: “Further expansion of our flight school requires a strong and reliable partner. That is why we have connected with ALSIM and actually closed an order for ALSIM’s AL250 simulator that will serve as our flight simulator hub for southern Poland. Our big goal is to train pilots especially in matters of instrumental rating as well as young pilot adepts on their initial way in flight training. At some point the simulator will also be open for the aviation enthusiasts looking for fun and joy! ALSIM is well known and trusted on the market so we did not hesitate to contact them and start something big!”

“We would like to thank Mr. Arkadiusz and his team for their confidence. We are proud that AL250 flight simulator will enable GoldWings Flight Academy to provide high-quality trainings for PPL, CPL& IR/ME to their students and reinforce their leading position on Polish training market. We are looking forward to installing the simulator this autumn.” adds Anna Lezoray, Alsim Sales Account Manager.

GoldWings Flight Academy is leading air training organization in Poland, operating a modern fleet of aircraft equipped with the newest avionics available on the market.

Working all year round in two bases. Warsaw and Kraków, providing 5 stars quality flight training from zero to airline pilot + 500 hours on option.

Ready for more? GoldWings Flight Academy in cooperation with Łazarski University realizes Aviation Law and Professional Pilot License studies. Upon completion, students will receive higher education degree together with commercial pilot license.

Another thing worth to mention is that GoldWings Flight Academy has a list of agreements with airlines providing kind of mentoring programs. Among them is one of the biggest regional airlines operating in northern Europe.

For more information about GoldWings Flight Academy: www.goldwings.pl/en


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