Alsim has announced the sale of an ALX (MEP & medium jet) flight simulator to Billund Air Center, a flight training organisation based in Denmark. The school has been working with Alsim for many years and already owns an ALSIM AL100 flight simulator.
Billund Air Center has chosen Alsim's ALX simulator as part of their new business plan. The ATO wanted to comply with the new upcoming EASA requirements for advanced MCC training courses and the need for more 'airline oriented pilots' for the airline industry.
Jakob Bjerre Jorgensen, Billund Air Center FSTD manager commented: "Alsim has a good setup for manufacturing and delivering FSTDs and you can really feel that the Alsim team has years of experience in the field of FNPT devices - this is also one of the reasons why Billund Air Center A/S has chosen the ALX. The ALX has been in production since 2008 and, since then, Alsim has had a team working specifically on developments for the ALX, so the simulator is constantly evolving. This makes sure that we, as a customer, have the newest technology and training equipment to fulfil industry requirements and is also highly appreciated by our customers."
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