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First FAA-certified ALSIM ALSR20 simulator in the USA

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First FAA-certified ALSIM ALSR20 simulator in the USA - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

ALSIM is delighted to declare that All In Aviation has attained the Advanced Aviation Training Device simulator qualification for their ALSIM ALSR20, making them the initial operator of an FAA-certified ALSIM ALSR20 simulator in the United States of America. The ALSIM ALSR20 has the latest Cirrus SR G6 specific interior cockpit and flight deck including a real Garmin GDU 1050A and GFC 700 Autopilot. It is further equipped with a Garmin® GMA 350C® – All digital Audio Panel and a Garmin® GCU 479. It can also simulate the Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS). The ALSR20 is compliant with the latest aviation standards from EASA and the FAA (FTD Level 5) to Transport Canada and the CAAC.

Paul Sallach, President of All In Aviation, commented: “We pride ourselves on providing premier flight training options to our community. Adding the ALSR20 to our curriculum has allowed us to diversify our training program while preparing students for flying a Cirrus. And now the simulator is certified by the FAA, we are thrilled that they can count their training hours in the device toward their private and commercial license or instrument rating, so the time they spend in the SIM is more than just practice.”

Jordan Basirico, ALSIM FSTD Qualification Engineer, said: “FAA qualification adds yet another layer to the already rich training capabilities of the ALSR20. It also provides an attractive asset to all Cirrus Training Centers equipped with the device. Their pilots can now log official hours towards their FAA licenses, while training on specific Cirrus operations, such as Garmin Perspective Plus handling or even CAPS deployment.”

All In Aviation, the only Cirrus Aircraft training partner in Southern Nevada, is a full-service aviation company offering flight training, factory transition training, pilot certifications, and aircraft rental, sales, management & storage. Dedicated to growing and developing more pilots, All In Aviation is a trusted partner for aviation training, from a student’s very first flight through some of the most advanced pilot certifications.

With an emphasis on quality customer care, All In Aviation’s flight instruction is led by highly experienced and professional certified flight instructors. From Cirrus to Cessna, All In Aviation’s fleet includes the safest and most sophisticated piston aircraft on the market, equipped with Garmin Avionics technology, glass panels, air conditioning, and – included on all Cirrus Aircraft models – a whole-airframe parachute system.

All In Aviation has two locations to serve Southern Nevada, located at Henderson Executive Airport and North Las Vegas Airport.

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