An ALSIM ALX purchased by to UnitedSky Pilot Academy based in Warsaw, Poland.The ALSIM ALX provides up to 4 classes of aircraft–from single engine piston, twin engine piston, twin turbine up to medium category twin jet. The device is designed and approved for ATPL, CPL, MCC in compliance with all current regulatory standards. The ALX offers advanced technology simulation equipment tailored to all specific training requirements. In addition, it has a proven track record for cost-effectiveness and helps save numerous aircraft hours.
Tim Bertels, iSystems owner, clarifies: “The ALSIM ALX simulator was sold to Unitedsky by Belgium-based iSystems NV who, in addition to their activities in Oil & Gas and alternative & renewable energy, has been recently involved in aviation sector. Since iSystems’ origins trace back to a close cooperation with an aerospace manufacturing company, they have kept a keen interest in the sector and like iSystems, ALSIM designs customer-centric and innovative systems for a market that demands the highest standards.”
Pawel Jóźko, pilot, instructor and FSTD Manager in UnitedSky Pilot Academy, explains their choice: “Our goal at UnitedSky is to provide high-quality training to meet the current challenges facing the aviation industry. We work only with the best. We chose ALSIM for its impeccable reputation and experience in producing excellent devices. ALX is amazing! It is an FNPT II simulator that reproduces real flight conditions. You can feel in it like in a real plane. The view and perspective are much more realistic than on some FFS simulators. The flight experience and system logic reflect the real airplane regardless of the Generic Model. Customer service at the highest level, I wish such cooperation to every aviation school. Once you take off, you don’t want to land!”
Anna Lezoray, ALSIM’s Account manager emphasizes: “It has been an absolute pleasure working with iSystems and UnitedSky teams over the past few months. We are extremely happy and proud to welcome UnitedSky among our customers and would like to thank them for their confidence.”
Since 2008 UnitedSky has been running high-quality aviation trainings in accordance with the current standards and recommendations of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). We are a proud holder of the certificate No.PL / ATO-106 issued by the Civil Aviation Authority (ULC). We have an excellent team of carefully selected experienced lecturers and professionally active practical training instructors.
UnitedSky is open to both Polish and foreign clients – we conduct classes in Polish or English.
From March 1, 2022, the theoretical part of the training takes place in the heart of Warsaw – on the 11th floor of the neo-modernist skyscraper Widok Towers. We also offer individual trainings. After completing the theoretical part, one can undergo practical training at our base at the Babice airport.
UnitedSky Pilot Academy operates with a fleet of aircraft that consists of: Cessna 172 and 182, Koliber 150 and 160 and Beechcraft Baron are ready to take off. Tecnam 2006 and P-Mentor will soon be joining our fleet.
All UnitedSky trainings are conducted with attention to safety and the highest standards, while meeting the high requirements of aviation supervision.
We conduct intensive flight training using the base of Warmian-Masurian airports and the high-class Alsim ALX flight simulator.
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