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Select Aviation College Chooses ALSIM ALX Simulator

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Select Aviation College Chooses ALSIM ALX Simulator - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

ALSIM is pleased to announce the sale of an ALX simulator to Select Aviation College, a Canadian flight school located in Quebec.

Select Aviation chose an ALX to fulfil their need for a Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) capable device that simulates a turbine environment for their integrated flight training programs. Their ALX will include Multi-Engine Piston (MEP) and light turboprop models.

Patrick Richardson, Select Aviation’s President, says, “At Select Aviation College, quality is #1. Training the next generation of pilots to the level expected by today's airlines requires quality personnel, quality aircraft, and quality simulators. That's why we went with ALSIM's ALX for our MCC training needs.”

Select Aviation represents students from more than 15 countries and 5 continents. They join other world class aviation training centers that utilize Alsim’s ALX simulator.


About Select Aviation College
Select Aviation, located in the Canadian province of Québec, is one of the only Aviation Colleges in the world to offer a complete range of aviation career options. We are centrally located in Drummondville, 15 minutes from busy control airspace, however on a low traffic airport with no waiting for clearances. Spend your training time on actual flight training. We offer a rigorous, well supervised training program that meets the highest standards. Our students gain unparalleled access to training on a wide range of aircrafts in a variety of weather conditions allowing them to gain true industry experience in absolute security. www.selectaviation.com
 



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