Select Aviation College once again chooses Alsim

Alsim Press Release | November 13, 2019

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Alsim has announced the sale of two AL250 simulators to Select Aviation College, a Canadian flight training organization located in Québec. This follows Select Aviation’s purchase of an Alsim ALX in late 2017.

The devices will be delivered with Alsim's new VFR visual system and other latest technologies, fully immersing the student and thereby improving the learning experiences. Select Aviation College Photo
The devices will be delivered with Alsim’s new VFR visual system and other latest technologies, fully immersing the student and thereby improving the learning experiences. Select Aviation College Photo

The AL250s, reconfigurable between several classes of piston aircraft, are scheduled to be used heavily in the initial stages of growing Canadian flight school’s pilot training. The devices will be delivered with Alsim’s new VFR visual system and other latest technologies, fully immersing the student and thereby improving the learning experiences.

“Having incorporated the Alsim ALX into our integrated flight training programs and MCC training, combined with a responsive Alsim team, it was a pleasure and an easy choice to return to Alsim. Now with a growing group of students, and launching a second location, we very much look forward to receiving the high fidelity and reliable AL250s and expanding our simulator fleet,” said Select Aviation’s president Patrick Richardson.

Dr. Scott Firsing from Alsim North America added: “It’s been a pleasure to work with the entire Select Aviation team over the past 18-plus months. They are training the next generation of pilots using quality personnel, aircraft, and simulators. Their new AL250s will be a definite welcomed addition to help train better and safer pilots.”

One AL250 is scheduled to be delivered for their Drummondville headquarters by the end of the year, and the second to their Gatineau location in Q2 of 2020.

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