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Focused on Chinese market ALSIM sold 5 AL172 simulators to Civil Aviation Flight University of China

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Focused on Chinese market ALSIM sold 5 AL172 simulators to Civil Aviation Flight University of China - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes

Alsim participated and has won a tender for 5 AL172 simulators issued by CAFUC (Civil Aviation Flight University of China).
 
The ALSIM AL172, developed in 2017 for PPL & IR training, is an exact replica of the Cessna 172 SP Skyhawk NAVIII. It features the G1000 NXI avionics suite and is equipped with ALSIM’s High Definition Visual System.
 
Mr Jean-Paul Monnin, co-founder and CEO of ALSIM, shares his insights with us: “It’s an honor for ALSIM to have been chosen by such a renowned University. Everybody knows the demand for pilots is rapidly increasing in Asia and particularly in China. We will try our best to support Chinese pilots’ training.”
 
The CEO adds: “All this has been accomplished thanks to a great cooperation between the French and the local Chinese team. PCAT will maintain our simulators for CAFUC in China. We really hope this is the beginning of a great cooperation between our entities and the beginning of a great story for ALSIM in China.”

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