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EgyptAir adds simulator for the latest A320Neo aircraft to its training academy

Posted 26 October 2020 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Academy will launch a new simulator for the Airbus A320neo as the first operator in Africa in mid-November.

The Simulator will now be prepared for its journey to EgyptAir Training Academy in Cairo international Airport. Image: EgyptAir Training Academy

This is with the approval of EASA FSTD Issue 2 Level D) , engines(IAE V2527-A5 CEO (/ CFM 56-5B4 CEO / CFM LEAP-1A26 NEO) designed,  and manufactured completely by L3 Harris apparatus.

 

In addition, the simulator Airbus -A220- 300 will start operating in mid-February.

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