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Polish flight school Smart Aviation acquires Alsim ALX simulator

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Polish flight school Smart Aviation acquires Alsim ALX simulator - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Poland Aircraft: Airplanes

ALSIM is very pleased to announce the sale of an ALX simulator to Smart Aviation, ATO based in Poznan, Poland.

The ALX, FNPT II MCC simulator, is a state of the art training tool that covers up to 4 different aircraft types and 10 different flight models in one device. This scalable device offers a High Definition Visual System (HDVS) ensuring real immersion with a terrific degree of realism. Smart Aviation chose SEP/MEP & Medium Jet configuration, and the simulator will be equipped with dual FMS, dual GTN 650 and complex overhead panel.

Mr Mateusz Dzialynski, Smart Aviation Head of Training, explains why he chose the ALSIM ALX: “We have been very impressed by the quality of the device and wanted to propose MCC-JOC courses in our school. We really like the generic approach proposed by the ALX and are sure this simulator will enhance our training and advance our school in its quest for excellence”.

Smart Aviation LLC is an Approved Training Organisation with certificate number PL/ATO-51 approved by Polish Civil Aviation Authority. The flying school is based at Poznan International Airport. Smart Aviation is the only EASA Approved Training Organization in Poznan offering applicants without previous flight experience a complex flight training from zero to ATPL(A) frozen.

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