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ATO Royal-Star Aero invests in 2 Alsim’s simulators: AL250 & ALX

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Poland Aircraft: Airplanes

Royal-Star Aero, the Training Center based in Poland, has decided to buy 2 Alsim’s simulators: an Alsim AL250 and an Alsim ALX. Krzysztof Pawełek, CEO and Head of Training at Royal-Star Aero, explains why they have chosen  Alsim: “The Royal-Star Aero management decided to purchase the two: AL250 and ALX flight simulators of the reputable company Alsim, whose parameters and technical capabilities perfectly matched the expectations and patterns of the training system developed by the company. Properly designed simulators allow our students to learn flight procedures in a specific class of aircraft, supporting the theoretical training process. We express our satisfaction with the cooperation with Alsim and recommend their simulators as a proven and reliable tool for training future pilots.”

“It is a great pleasure to work with Royal-Star Aero. Addition of the AL250 and the ALX to Royal Star’s training fleet will perfectly complete their training syllabus, enabling them to train airline ready pilots” says Anna Lezoray, Sales Account Manager for Alsim.

Royal-Star is a company created out of passion for aviation and many years of experience of the Royal-Star management in the industry. In 2003, it was decided to appear on the aviation market as the Royal-Star Aero Training Center. For this very purpose, an experienced team of flight instructors has been employed for whom aviation is a life passion. Since then, the trainings conducted are associated with high professionalism, reliability, friendly atmosphere and enthusiasm for action, characteristic of a young and charismatic crew. Thanks to the experience and knowledge of the instructors, each pilot is thoroughly prepared to perform the most demanding tasks in the air, and the knowledge gained with the training center will easily allow to start an aviation career in the world's largest airlines. Royal-Star Aero management has developed an innovative flight training system, which is the result of a change in the approach to the implementation of the training service and the design of completely new methods of learning to pilot. The main goal of the Aviation Training Center is to professionally train future pilots and increase their chance of swift finding employment in airlines. The developed system is based on an innovative solution that allows trainees to complete the training, taking into account individual elements: distance learning as well as theoretical and practical classes. Royal-Star Aero teach using the latest methods, which we support with high technology solutions, including tools enabling the use of AR augmented reality or HUD head-up displays. Thanks to an innovative, integrated educational platform with training materials and a mobile application, the training center enable the students to monitor their progress at every stage of training.

The Royal-Star Aero fleet consists of 12 aircraft equipped with Glass cockpit avionics and 2 modern FNPT II flight simulators of the reputable company ALSIM. The training center also owns aircraft maintenance station ensuring the correct technical condition of aircrafts. The concrete runway, located directly at the airport in Mielec, allows flights 365 days a year.

 

 



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