Global Flight Training Group Announces Installation of New Simulator (FNPT II)
Airways Aviation announces the installation and operation of the first of a number of new ALSIM AL 42 – FNPT II Simulators at its renowned aviation academy in Montpellier, France to coincide with the arrival of the first cohort of the German Air Force cadets under the recent Airways Aviation and CAE Security & Defence partnership.
Airways Aviation provides the initial flight training to the German Air Force under a long-term contract signed with CAE GmbH, the leading provider of training solutions to the military forces. Training will be conducted between the Airways Aviation, Montpellier facilities in France and a brand-new Bremen airport facility in Germany and will include academic, simulator and practical flying to Luftwaffe cadets.
“The introduction of the AL42, added to our existing Alsim simulator fleet, reinforces the established collaboration with Alsim in providing the best training experience to our cadets. All our students can expect only the highest standard of training either in actual flight or in simulator training devices” says Airways Aviation President – Mauro Calvano.
The new AL42 SIM will also be utilised under a new Airways Aviation and CAE Civil contract to train CAE students at their Multi Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR) phase of their ATPL training.
The state-of the art AL42 is the exact replica of the DA 42 aircraft and has been added to the existing Airways Aviation line-up of 5 other SIM’s currently operating under the French ATO. Airways Aviation own and operate the largest fleet of Diamond Aircraft in Europe and the largest privately owned Diamond fleet in the world and both Airways Aviation and CAE students will benefit from only the very best training experience in Montpellier.
“Airways Aviation has been in the process of rapidly scaling up its training operations and increasing capacity and capability and we take immense pride in being able to align and partner with CAE as the undisputed world’s best to deliver the top-end quality of training Airways Aviation have also become globally recognised for. ALSIM is a leader in providing Ab Initio training solutions and their simulators can allow us to deliver the comprehensive and complete training programme required. Airways Aviation – ESMA has collaborated with ALSIM for many years, and we forecast steady growth and further utilisation of the range of first class ALSIM simulator products” says Romy Hawatt – Founder & Chairman – Airways Aviation Group.
About Airways Aviation
With over 35 years of international experience and a growing number of education & training locations strategically positioned across Europe, the Middle East and Australia, the Dubai, headquartered Airways Aviation today boasts being the largest privately owned group of multidisciplinary aviation academies of its kind delivering professional Commercial Pilot, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Ground Handling and Cabin Crew training. Its advanced education & training programs couple practical & theory techniques within courses that are designed to match the rapidly increasing demand for students seeking optimum aviation career outcomes as certified EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), CASA (Civil Aviation Safety Agency), ICAO and IATA professionals. The Airways Aviation Group has trained more than 8,000 commercial pilots, graduated over 25,000 cabin crew, ground handling and maintenance professionals, and maintains over 50 aircraft in its global fleet including Europe’s largest fleet of Diamond DA40, Diamond DA42 aircraft and multiple Cessna 172, Cessna 182, and Piper Seminole aircraft with a diverse range of avionics systems including Garmin 1000, glass cockpits and retractable undercarriage.
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