Harford Air services, based at Harford County Airport in Churchville, Maryland, US, has acquired an Alsim AL250 simulator.

The Alsim AL250 is a generic and compact simulator for single- and multi-engine piston training (PPL, IR and CPL) with both analogue and glass flight decks. Harford Air’s AL250 has a real Garmin GTN650 and is a FAA certified AATD. With more than 60 installed worldwide, and a growing number in the United States, the AL250 is proven to be cost-effective, and clearly shows markedly better mastery of flight maneuvers and procedures, with students learning faster.

Harford Air is a FAA part 141 VA flight school and a partner with the Community College of Baltimore County. They have a diverse fleet of aircraft including a Cessna 162, 172s, a Citabria, and a Piper Arrow. The only flight school in Harford County, Maryland, the company has spent recent years expanding and modernizing their air field and fleet.

Kevin Hess Founder of Harford Air says: “After first seeing and flying the AL250 simulator at EAA Airventure Oshkosh, our AL250 will be a welcome new addition in our new hangar. With the real aircraft feel, real Garmin avionics, easy to use and reliable, I know it will be a great learning and training tool for all our students and instructors no matter their level of proficiency or number of hours flown.”