Professione Volare purchased ALSIM ALX simulator. Captain Montefiori, Owner of Professione Volare, explains his choice: “At the end of 2019, for our 25th anniversary, we decided to upgrade our ‘fleet’ buying our own simulator. For us the ALX simulator is the best solution available in the market for several reasons:
- the high-tech and user-friendly simulator ensures the easy immersion for both trainee and instructor and offers a high level of training;
- the Instructor Station is immediately comfortable and it makes the instructor ready to work in a really short time;
- the remote connection system allows ALSIM’s technicians to take control of customer’s equipment using a secure VPN connection;
- the continuous support and the assistance guaranteed.
With our new ALX we will be also able to upgrade the training offering APS-MCC course”.
“We are excited to deliver an ALSIM ALX to Professione Volare. They have been using an ALSIM AL200 MCC for over 15 years with our customer I.S.A.E.R.S. They decided to make this acquisition to offer their students a new simulator with state-of-the-art technology. We are very excited to start this new collaboration and look forward to install the simulator in Forli.” says Mr. Nicolas de Lassus, Alsim’s Sales Account Manager.
Professione Volare aims to provide a complete, rational and modern training for Italians and as well as for foreigners who intend to fly aircraft. To achieve this goal in the most professional way, Professione Volare relies on highly qualified personnel with 25 years of experience.
The operative base, located at Forlì Airport offers a wealth of opportunities to optimize all types of training.
For more information about Professione Volare, please visit
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