ALSIM Flight Training Solutions, a French manufacturer of flight simulators, is expanding its product line to meet the requirements of U.S. flight schools and universities and colleges with aviation programs.
The company plans to unveil its new AL250 flight simulator at the University Aviation Association’s 69th Annual Education Conference & Expo, which will be held in Omaha, Nebraska, Sept. 28-30.
Representatives from ALSIM will be on hand to demonstrate the AL250’s features, including ALSIM’s trademark Immersion Software, which provides panoramic views from the cockpit.
At the heart of the AL250 is ALSIM Flight Training Solutions’ software technology, which provides 250° view angle and high-definition panoramic display. This compact SEP/MEP reconfigurable simulator satisfies the FAA Part 141 and Part 61 courses requirements and meets the training requirement for PPL, CPL and IR/ME ratings, according to company officials.