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Alsim announce sale of ALX simulator to ER-AH training school in Turkey

Posted 6 July 2016 · Add Comment

Alsim has announced the sale of an ALX simulator to ER-AH, flight training school located in Istanbul, Turkey.

The school purchased the Light Turboprop version, first of this kind worldwide. 

Capt. Erdoğan Cabioğlu, ER-AH general manager said:”We always care about the quality in flight trainings which can be provided only with the correct devices, reliable sources and proficient fleet. With adding ALX to our inventory we have fulfilled an important field in our future training programs where we are providing MCC trainings directly to Airline companies such as Turkish Airlines, Sunexpress Airlines”. 

ER-AH Flight School, which raised its training quality to international standards by training foreigner students, increased the number of training planes to 16 in 2016 after renovating its fleet with C172 Glass Cockpit planes. ER-AH continues to be the pioneer of industry with its training level and fleet. 

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