The Spanish-based flight school Blue Team has bought two training simulators from Entrol.
In the coming months, Entrol will install both an en-1000x FNPT II and an A32 FNPT II MCC simulator in Blue Team’s headquarters in Tenerife Sur International Airport, on the Canary Islands.
The en-1000x is an initial SEP and MEP training simulator. It features a G1000 replica developed by Entrol, a cylindrical visual system and personalized scenarios.
The A32 is an APS MCC-focused simulator that replicates an A320 to train students in line with the skill demands of an airline.
Joseba Hernández, CEO and Founder of Blue Team, said: "We are proud of this agreement with Entrol that we have forged for a year, as it is a Spanish manufacturer that is an example in quality and R&D.
"With the installation of the two simulators, we complete our growth program towards the ATO, and we become the most relevant FNPTII MCC simulator centre in the Canary Islands."
Since 2005, Entrol has developed and manufactured helicopter and fixed-wing FNPT and FTD simulators. They have worked with flight schools, airlines, and operators with the aims of improving pilot training, increasing security on aircraft operations and reducing operational costs.