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Segmen Flight Academy receive Light Turboprop ALX

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Tatjana Obrazcova

Alsim announced Guneydogu Aviation (GDH) school has acquired a Light Turboprop ALX for the Segmen Flight Academy.

 The ALX will benefit Segmen Flight Academy as it can be used for many phases of flight training and is compatible with the types of aircraft used at the academy and can simulate all emergency situations. 

The ALX also offers its user the ability to change the type of aircraft in a matter of seconds, helping ensure the quality of training.
 
The Turkish based Segmen Flight Academy was founded in 2015 with aims to provide high quality pilot training. The academy also cooperates with universities, providing theoretical pilot trainings and flight training for students. 

 



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