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Starlite Aviation Training Academy purchase AL250

Posted 6 October 2020 · Add Comment

ALSIM has announced the sale of an AL250 to Starlite Aviation Training Academy, based in Durban and Mossel Bay, South Africa.

 

Starlite Aviation Training Academy purchase ALSIM's AL250.   Image: Starlite Aviaton

The ATO decided to choose ALSIM’s solutions to respond to the growing demand for single and multi-engine instrument simulator training at their campus in Durban.

 

“After looking at various options, the options of simulating analogue or glass cockpit at the touch of a button, the instrument and in R/Nav capability and various other aspects like the fact that it fully also satisfies EASA and FAA certification requirements, played a big role in our choice of selecting the AL250.” explains Klara Fouché, managing director.

 

“We are extremely satisfied with our decision to purchase the AL250 and look forward to a long-standing relationship with ALSIM” concluded Klara Fouché, elated with the investment Starlite has made in this exceptional piece of technology.

 

The AL250 simulator addresses initial phase training needs (PPL, CPL, IR/ME) and offers both classic and glass cockpit instrumentation for each flight model at the simple flick of a switch. This device has been extremely well received since its creation and more than 65 of these have already been installed and are in successful operation worldwide.

 

“We are very glad to welcome Starlite Aviation Training Academy among our customers and would like to thank them for their confidence. We are looking forward to installing the simulator in Durban’s region and to starting a successful cooperation between our two companies“ adds Nicolas de Lassus, Alsim sales account manager.

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