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Ireland National Flight Centre Pilot Academy selects ALSIM'S ALX

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Ireland National Flight Centre Pilot Academy selects ALSIM'S ALX - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: Ireland Aircraft: Airplanes

Alsim has the pleasure to announce the sale of an ALX flight simulator to the National Flight Centre Pilot Academy, located in Leixlip, near Dublin, Ireland.

The Alsim ALX simulator offers up to 4 classes of aircraft–from single engine piston, twin engine piston, twin turbine up to medium category twin jets (generic B737/A320). Designed and approved for ATPL, CPL/MCC, JOC and their respective requirements, the ALX offers advanced technology simulation equipment tailored to your training needs. In addition, the ALX simulator has a proven track record for cost effectiveness and helps save numerous aircraft hours.

Mr. Declan O’Shea, National Flight Centre’s Executive Director, explains why their school selected Alsim’s simulator: “This Alsim simulator enables us to extend our already comprehensive training capabilities to include PBN and multi-crew cooperation training. The ALX flight simulator is an exciting addition to our Pilot Academy’s extensive fleet of aircraft and simulators as well as being the very latest in aviation technology. Our aim is always to ensure that we provide everything possible to support our students achieving their rewarding and ambitious training goals.”

Mr Nicolas de Lassus, Alsim’s Sales Account Manager, emphasizes: “We are proud to welcome National Flight Centre Pilot Academy among our customers in Ireland. Adding an ALX flight simulator will enable the school to provide high-quality courses to their students’ excellent training. The ALX supplies a complete training cycle in which ab initio students with zero hours experience will be trained to the level of airline-type rating standards. We hope this is the beginning of a successful cooperation between our two companies.”

About National Flight Centre

At National Flight Centre Pilot Academy our unrivalled aviation expertise is built on decades of experience. We are one of Europe’s most respected and longest established flight training academies. Approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), we have been training airline pilots at National Flight Centre since 1977.

Our Pilot Academy offers a wide range of flight training courses including an Airline Transport Pilots Licence (ATPL) integrated/full-time course where students can earn ATPL (frozen) in as little as 16 months. Our graduate pilots enjoy successful careers as Captains, First Officers, Training Captains and Type Rating Examiners with world leading airlines including Aer Lingus, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Cityjet, Easyjet, Emirates and Ryanair.
With a fleet of Cessna 152s, 172s, twin engine BE76s and FNPT II flight simulators, our professional and dedicated instructors at our Pilot Academy have everything you need to embark on a rewarding, exciting and successful career in aviation.

For more information about National Flight Centre: www.nfc.ie



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