Alsim is very pleased to announce the sale of an ALX Medium Jet to Hexagon Flight Corporate, a flight training school located in les Artigues de Lussac, near Bordeaux, France.
Mr Thierry Alladaye, Hexagon Flight Corporate’s founder, explains what is new in his company: “Hexagon Flight Corporate is the first French company to propose co-flight services (apart from websites). We not only offer flight discovery or leisure aviation to beginners, but also personalized training to aspiring professional pilots. We also organize team-building and incentive events for local companies, to strengthen the teams’ cohesion. Furthermore, we enable executives and their preferred clients to optimize their company image, while managing travel expenses.”
He adds: “Our offers are also intended for flight schools and flying clubs: our instructors and student pilots can benefit from a great tool, the ALX. This performing device helps the future pilot during all phases of the training, up to the hardest ones, without any risk. Finally, we want to work towards opening up the General Aviation by means of open days and flight initiations, aimed at secondary schools, and other schools. During these sessions, all participants, regardless of their aeronautical experience, are absorbed in the world of aviation. That is why ALX’s versatility is the principal reason for our choice”.
Hexagon Flight Corporate offers several types of services:
▪ Fleet management
For more information about Hexagon Flight Corporate : www.hexagonflightcorporate.fr
ALSIM has been developing and manufacturing FAA & EASA certified AATD, FNPT II & FNPT II MCC flight simulators since 1994. Today the company has more than 300 certified flight training simulators in service with over 220 clients worldwide.
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