French flight training specialist Alsim is offering demonstration flights on its AL250 flight simulator at the Singapore Airshow.
French flight training specialist Alsim is showing its AL250 flight simulator at the Singapore Airshow. The simulator will be available for demonstration flights during the show. The company says that media, flight schools, universities and visitors willing to fly the simulator are all welcome and can request a dedicated demonstration at email@example.com.
The EASA/FAA-qualified AL250 was launched in 2016 in response to strong market demand. The simulator facilitates initial phase training (PPL, CPL, IR/ME) and comprises single and multi-engine piston reconfigurable aircraft. In addition, it offers both classic and glass instrumentation at the flick of a switch. Visitors will also have the opportunity to try the new Alsim Avionics, offering ADF features with no additional subscriptions needed.
One of the AL250’s unique options, according to Alsim, is the new Engineering Pack, allowing the user to change the aerodynamic derivatives of an aircraft’s configuration and demonstrate in a real-time, hands-on, way how this affects the dynamics.
Alsim says it has already sold more than 20 AL250 flight simulators worldwide since its release in 2016. The company recently has announced the sale of its first AL42 FNPT II simulator to a Chinese customer.