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Cardiff Aviation shift 737-400 simulator from Istanbul to Karachi

Posted 22 May 2013 · 2 Comments

Cardiff Aviation's flight simulator technical team have completed baseline testing of Shaheen Air International's Boeing 737-400 flight simulator at its current location at the Turkish Airlines Flight Training Centre in Istanbul, Turkey.

Cardiff Aviation will be responsible for the breakdown, shipping, installation, commissioning and re-qualification of the simulator in Karachi, Pakistan.

"This is just one example of how far and wide the involvement of Cardiff Aviation is spreading in the international aviation technical support and maintenance market," said Mario Fulgoni, joint CEO of Cardiff Aviation.

Cardiff Aviation is based at St Athan Enterprise Zone in the Vale of Glamorganin Wales, where it has 132,000 square feet of hangar space.

As well as maintenance of airliners and other large aircraft for several major and independent airlines, Cardiff Aviation has facilities to complete the full range of ancillary aircraft maintenance and training activities and has the expertise and approvals to certify aircraft from many jurisdictions, including the USA.
 

2 Comments for Cardiff Aviation shift 737-400 simulator from Istanbul to Karachi

Rashid

posted 2 years ago

I admire and appreciate the positive efforts of Shaheen Air on achieving this milestone by installing the state of the art simulator or 737-400. The company has made tremendous progress under the new management. I congratulate the Shaheen team and management and pray The Airline always has a Safe operation ."Amin". Rashid Siddiqui from Toronto.

Adnan Sharaydeh

posted 2 years ago

Can the pilots from other countrys make the OPC & LPC on this FS. Many thanks Capt. Adnan Sharaydeh

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