Here it is, the installation of first ALSIM ALX simulator in South America!
Solent Freight Services LTD has chosen ALX and it the first partnership between both companies. Solent Freight Services Ltd., the largest trade-only airfreight wholesaler in the United States, bought the simulator for its Ecuador-based flight training facilities. The ALX will receive both FAA and EASA qualification certificates.
The Alsim ALX FSTD provides up to 4 classes of aircraft–from single engine piston, twin engine piston, twin turbine up to medium category twin jets (generic B737/A320). The device is designed and approved for ATPL, CPL/MCC and JOC in compliance with all current regulatory standards. The ALX offers advanced technology simulation equipment tailored to your specific training requirements. In addition, it has a proven track record for cost-effectiveness and helps save numerous aircraft hours.
Solent’s President Simon S. Milne explains his company’s choice: “After a very rigorous analysis of the simulator market worldwide, we chose the Alsim ALX due to its wide variety of training aircraft models with a simple and smooth convertibility. This simulator is going to be a pioneer in the Latin American region and our project will be developed accordingly.”
Mr Nicolas de Lassus, Alsim’s Sales Account Manager, points out: “Alsim is a leader in flight simulation for initial pilot training. We have recently opened an office in the US and in China as our business is tremendously increasing worldwide. We are glad to install our first ALX in South America and hope that this is the beginning of a great partnership between both companies. Our high-technology simulators will improve training quality and meet the market demand. With the ALX, Flying Pro Aviation Academy students will benefit from a state-of-the art simulator to enhance their chances to work in the best airline companies.”
The Solent Group, founded in 1995 and headquartered in New York, USA, is a privately owned business enterprise delivering innovative transportation solutions not only limited to the USA but with an extensive reach and footprint globally. For almost 25 years, Solent has partnered with leading brands to meet market demand, providing air cargo and logistics services efficiently and affordably around the world.
Today Solent services over 137 airports around the world, representing numerous airlines to offer effective marketing and sales of their air cargo capacity in key global markets. The company’s clientele includes Cargo Logic Air, Korean Airlines, Swiss International Airlines, AirBridge Airlines, Volga-Dnepr Group, Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airways.
Solent is also a 100 percent neutral wholesaling freight forwarder (trade only) in the USA, acting as a virtual airline and selling to over 7,600 IATA and non IATA freight forwarding clients daily. Based in New York City, conveniently located at John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport, Solent has global offices in strategic locations and a highly trained team in North and South America.
Flying Pro Aviation Academy, a subsidiary of Solent Freight, was created to innovate the way pilots are trained in the Latin American region. The Training Center introduces the AQP method for pilot training and the evaluation of pilot performance. It will enhance the training quality of actual and future pilots both in the region and worldwide.
For more information about Solent, visit https://www.solent.com/
MTU Maintenance Zhuhai, a joint venture between MTU Aero Engines and China Southern Airlines Company Limited, has completed its facility expansion to increase existing capacity by 50 percent to 450 sh...
Air Alliance Medflight experiences massive demand for safe transport of severely ill Covid-19 patients. Inside their jets is the isolation and transport system, EpiShuttle. Through both sandstorms and...
De Havilland Canada is providing support to Aero HygenX Inc. in the development and marketing of a new version of the autonomous robot, RAY that will be optimized for use on Dash 8 Series aircraf...
Etihad Airways has partnered SITA, to trial the use of facial biometrics in order to check in cabin crew at the airlines Crew Briefing Centre at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The tri...