In troubling times where companies are looking for more reliable and cost-effective ways to train their personnel, Avion Group can help users set up their own flight training centers at their doorsteps, no investments required.
“Based on our own flight training center experience, we can support companies with setting up their own training center,” said Erik Varwijk, CEO of Avion Group.
The Avion Full Flight Simulators have a self-contained design and do not require an access bridge or separate server or aircon rooms. This results in simplified building requirements and therefore lower costs. If needed, Avion Group sees to 24/7 operational support with the selection and training of local maintenance staff. When users can guarantee the hours, Avion Group will set-up and operate the center for them. It’s even possible to operate a single bay center.
“It’s a quick win, with no more hassle. We give aviation companies of all sizes the opportunity to reduce training costs and minimize travel time of pilots,” Erik Varwijk explains. “But more importantly, we deliver an ultimate training experience that surprisingly excites even the most seasoned pilots in the world.”
The most important part of the Avion Flight Training Center is the Full Flight Simulator. The integration of all systems and components within the simulator is the technological fundament of the Avion Full Flight Simulator, making it a fully self-contained device. The simulator can be entered via the built-in airstairs. Avion’s simulators are built with an aluminum frame, composite materials, a minimum of wiring and therefore operates at significantly lower cost. “It allows us to deliver a Plug & Fly experience to our customers”, concludes Erik Varwijk.
To emphasize this new idea, Avion Group has rebranded their website and launched a new corporate video. Recorded in the training center of Avion Group at Malta, viewers can see the surprised faces of the pilots as they enter the Avion A320 Full Flight Simulator for the first time.