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Helikorea acquires H19/AW109 FTD Level 5 entrol simulator

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Helikorea acquires H19/AW109 FTD Level 5 entrol simulator - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Korea, Republic Aircraft: Helicopters

entrol has received an order from Helikorea for an H19 / AW109 FTD Level 5 simulator, which will become the first entrol simulator to be installed in South Korea.

The FTD is equipped with a cylindrical visual system, a South Korean database with satellite imagery and entrol mission with SAR and EMS scenarios.

General Manager of Helikorea, Jang D.S, commented, “The entrol H19 / AW109 FTD Level 5 meets all our requirements and we believe it will enhance the training of our pilots. We will use the simulator for initial and advanced training, IFR, procedures and mission operations.”

“We are glad that Helikorea has trusted us for their first helicopter simulator and we hope this is the beginning of a long-term relationship,” commented Nacho Navacerrada, entrol’s business manager.

Helikorea Co., Ltd. is the biggest helicopter air transportation service provider in South Korea, operating a total of 26 helicopters. It is based in the city of Daejeon.

Elsewhere, entrol recently provided Héli-Union Training Center with an H135 T2+ FTD Level 2 simulator.

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