Alsim is pleased to announce the installation of an ALX flight simulator (Single Engine Piston/Multi Engine Piston, Medium Jet) at Hungarian flight school Fly Coop, located in Budapest.
Mr. Peter Nagy, Fly Coop Deputy Head of Training, explains why the flight school selected Alsim’s ALX: “We did a quite exhaustive research on the required device before reaching out to Alsim, and found the ALX had the best combination of all our needs. Equipment flexibility and market experience were the focus of our research before choosing the appropriate supplier/manufacturer. Also, we would like to point out the excellent customer service provided by Alsim and particularly by Anna, part of the sales team. This also had a huge impact on our decision.” He adds: “Due to the general increasing demand for training services, especially in the field of instrument ratings, we decided to increase our capacity. The solution was Alsim’s ALX simulator.”
About Fly Coop
Fly Coop is an ATO flight school and is aviation services approved by the Hungarian Authority according to EASA with registration HU.ATO.0017. The school has a fleet of 10 Single Engine training A/C and one Multi Engine A/C (Seneca PA-34, Cessna 182K and 182RG, Cessna 150, Cessna 172, and also different types of helicopters). Approximately 75-80 students are trained annually, with the number of students continuously on the increase. The school was the first one to propose private pilot training in the country. Today Fly Coop provides modular CPL/ME + IR (with ATPL theory credit) courses, and is just about to introduce ATP Integrated courses. The school also recently obtained its training approval for MCC, MCCI, STI courses.
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For more information about Fly Coop: http://www.flycoop.hu
ALSIM has been developing and manufacturing FAA & EASA certified flight simulators since 1994. Today the company has more than 300 certified flight training devices in service with over 220 clients worldwide.
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