Euramec, the European flight simulation manufacturer, chooses Canada as a future sales and maintenance site.
Euramec NV will continue to develop advanced Flight Training Devices for the global markets from the head office in Belgium. The company structure however is being adjusted to reflect the needs of customers.
Bert Buyle, CEO: “Our efforts in international markets resulted in a strong commercial outlook. We need to scale up and have selected Canada as our home base for the North American market.”
Euramec will have operating facilities in the following regions:
The company has started complementing its pilot training solutions with the distribution of third-party product catering to the same customer base.
Recently a partnership was struck with Europe’s Skylegs to adapt and launch a China-centric edition of the Skylegs flying school management solution. From 2019 onwards Euramec will also offer language training modules such as “English Proficiency for Aviation” in selected countries.
Bert Buyle: “We are constantly enhancing the portfolio of our company aiming to make Euramec the premier flight simulation partner for flying schools around the world.”
Euramec designs and manufactures professional pilot training devices and simulator parts. The Euramec line of aerospace solutions include basic training aids for cockpit familiarization all the way to EASA- and CAAC-certified fully functional glass cockpit solutions for A320 and B737, as well as customized real-time flight motion simulation.
Euramec builds flight simulators and delivers integrated services to commercial flight training centers, military and government agencies as well as private flying schools - providing a turnkey high-fidelity flight simulation solution to customers worldwide.
Euramec is based in Belgium with sales offices in Europe, Shanghai, Harbin, Hong Kong and Singapore.
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