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ALSIM unveils new AL40 flight training device

Posted 31 March 2020 · Add Comment

ALSIM, a flight simulator manufacturer headquartered in France, has launched its new AL40, an exact replica of a new Diamond DA40 NG.

 

Developed specifically for flight training institutions, the high-fidelity simulator is built to Flight Training Device (FTD) Level 5 standards and contains the durable, reliable technology that ALSIM has become known for over the past 25 years.

 

The AL40 features including a real Garmin G1000 NXI and GFC 700 Autopilot / Flight Director. The FTD has electric pitch trim, and flight controls with electric control loading in pitch, roll and yaw axis. The AL40 comes standard with ALSIM’s new in-house VFR image generator and visual system with 210 degree screen. The buyer also receives a maintenance spare parts kit to help ensure low downtime and increased longevity.

 

Newer options for the AL40 include professional Live Air Traffic Control and ALSIM’s Advanced Simulator Virtual Assistant. As with all ALSIM simulators, it provides a plethora of failure options allowing the student to become more familiar with possible dangerous scenarios, and enables them to work through the situation in a safer, learning focused environment.

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