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Swedish Stoflight Academy signs for an ALSIM AL42 Flight Simulator

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Swedish Stoflight Academy signs for an ALSIM AL42 Flight Simulator - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

ALSIM is very happy to announce the sale of an AL42 FNPT II flight simulator to the Stoflight Academy, based in Stockholm Vasteras Airport, Sweden. The simulator will be delivered at the beginning of this year.

Stoflight’s Head of Training, Diako Rad says, "We have been looking for a capable simulator to meet our needs for a while now and after trying a few of them, we finally found the Alsim AL42 to be the best. We flew the simulator and were impressed by its capabilities and we’re looking forward to include the AL42 in our training.”

Audrey Jeffroy, Alsim’s Sales Director, adds, “We are very pleased to welcome Stoflight Academy as a new customer. We aim to give them the best service so that they can provide the best training to their students.”

Stoflight Academy was founded in 2015 and has rapidly developed to become one of the most modern and experienced training organizations in Scandinavia today. "A unique feature of Stoflight is the vast airline experience that trickles down from senior management to its ground instructors. Our goal is to employ over 90% of our staff directly from the airline industry and we can confidently inform the public that we are exceeding our goal. The demand for industry experience is crucial to obtaining a successful airline education, and we supply it to future pilots."

 
More information about Stoflight Academy: www.stoflight.com
 
ALSIM has been developing and manufacturing FAA & EASA certified FNPT II & FNPT II MCC flight simulators since 1994. Today the company has more than 270 certified flight training simulators in service with over 190 clients worldwide.



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