AESA approves Airpull Aviation Academy´s Alsim ALX (FNPTII/MCC) simulator

The State Aeronautical Safety Agency has recently approved our Alsim ALX FNPTII/MCC simulator device. This is where our Integrated ATPL(A) students will be carrying out a total of 50 hours of their training under simulated instrument flight conditions, as well as a period of 30 hours for the MCC stage of their course.

This State-of-the-Art simulator is the most advanced and sophisticated among those currently used in Spanish flying schools. It is able to provide a realistic simulation of three different types of aeroplanes, such as Multi Engine Piston -MEP (land), a Turbo Prop (similar to the ATR 42) as well as a medium range jet like the Airbus A320 or the Boeing 737. The simulator also has the most advanced avionics in the form of Garmin GTN 650 which allows for the Instrument Flight Training Course to be based on Performance Based Navigation (PBN). All of this proves that Airpull Aviation Academy is again showing itself to be a pioneering leading school. The Alsim ALX FNPTII/MCC is a generic simulator with visual displays encompassing an angle of 210 degrees, giving extremely realistic outside views to delight all those pilots under training and visitors who step into the cockpit. This new addition to our infrastructure allows Airpull Aviation Academy to continue with its desire to provide outstanding quality as well as becoming a benchmark as a world class flying school.

The FNPTII/MCC simulator also allows those pilots who are already qualified to carry out their preparation for Airline Access Competency Assessments with well-qualified instructors.

 

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