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AVIALPES selects ALSIM and buys an AL250 flight simulator

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AVIALPES selects ALSIM and buys an AL250 flight simulator - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

Avialpes, a French flight training school located in Metz-Tessy decided to purchase an ALSIM AL250 flight simulator.

The ALSIM AL250 is a generic and compact simulator for single & multi engine piston (SEP/MEP reconfigurable) PPL, CPL & IR training. The device meets all current regulatory standards and responds to training requirements of smaller and mid-sized ATOs, flight schools, and universities. With more than 40 devices installed worldwide, the AL250 has a proven track record for cost-effectiveness and helps save numerous aircraft hours.

Mr Emmanuel Rety, Avialpes’ General Director, explains the reasons why they purchased ALSIM: “We chose ALSIM for the quality of relationships and listening. The team is warm and professional, with a real know-how. The proximity and seriousness of the support also guided our choice. Finally, the multifunctionality of the AL250 will allow us to do both PPL training and CPL and IFR training. Finally, thanks to its high quality visual, we will offer initiations for general public.”

Mrs Anna Lezoray, Alsim’s Sales Account Manager, emphasizes, “It is a great pleasure to welcome Avialpes between our customers. We are happy that the AL250 will contribute in expansion of such a dynamic company”.

Avialpes is an ATO created in 2012 offering PPL, IFR and night flight training. Thanks to the AL250, the CPL-IR formations will open in winter 2019. Avialpes also carries out tourist flights on Mont Blanc thanks to its CTA, operates a Citation Mustang as part of an EIG in Annecy and relies on the support of its MecAvialpes approved maintenance workshop.

For more information about Avialpes: www.avialpes.com



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