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Sky Training Aviation purchases A11 / B200GT FNPT II MCC from Entrol

Posted 2 November 2017 · Add Comment

Sky Training Aviation, an aviation school specialised in airline pilots training, has purchased an A11 / B200GT FNPT II MCC from Entrol.

This A11 FNPT II MCC will be installed in Boumerdès, a seaside city located about 50 km from Algiers, being the first entrol simulator in Argelia.

It simulates the King Air B200GT, equipped with Pro Line 21, a modern glass cockpit that will prepare STA's students during their transition to jet environments.

Lyes Mohammed Seghir, STA's CEO, said: “We have chosen entrol for its geographical proximity to Algeria and the quick and professional handling of our needs. Entrol offered us a unique product of good quality that simulates the King Air B200GT. “

He added: “In addition to that entrol offers a wide range of services and remote assistance"

STA will use the simulator for IR, MCC, JOT and B200GT additional training.

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