ALSIM AL250

AL250 ​

THE RIGHT DEVICE
FOR YOUR PPL, CPL
& IR/ME TRAINING NEEDS
Alsim AL250 has an ability to simulate a wide variety of aircraft models in one device. This flexibility in simulating multiple aircraft models helps aspiring pilots and experienced aviators alike to improve their proficiency, develop muscle memory, and practice emergency scenarios across various platforms.
Virtually experience the AL250
Advanced Visual System: The AL250 features an advanced visual system that provides a high level of realism and immersion. The visual system includes high-resolution displays, detailed scenery, and realistic weather conditions, enabling trainee pilots to experience various flight scenarios, including different airports, terrain, and weather conditions.
Cost-Effective Training: The AL250 offers a cost-effective alternative by providing a realistic training environment without the operational costs associated with real aircraft, such as fuel, maintenance, and airport fees. Trainee pilots can practice a wide range of maneuvers, procedures, and emergency scenarios in the simulator before transitioning to actual flight, reducing the overall training costs.

COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING

Initial training is undoubtedly the most important step in a pilot’s career. Our simulators have been specifically developed to answer this training need, from PPL to Type Rating preparation.
  • PPL, CPL and IR
  • Analog to glass transition
  • Familiarization – engineers/mechanics, ATC, theoretical ATPL
  • Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC / MCC-APS)
  • Jet Orientation Course (JOC)
  • Airline Selection & Testing
  • MPL Phase I & part of phase II

WHY AL250

“We chose the AL250 because it’s LPV/PBN approved which is, according to the new DGCA/EASA/FAA regulation for Instrument Training (IR), a mandatory requirement. The second important factor for us is that the aircraft models provided with the AL250, can be easily changed, with no required hardware changes, as this switch is only software based. Which means the simulator’s instructor can propose analogue or glass-cockpit panels, depending on the student’s specific training needs.”
Shardul Seth

Executive Director
Avyanna Aviation Academy

Testimonial

WHY WE CHOOSE AL250

“We chose the AL250 because it’s LPV/PBN approved which is, according to the new DGCA/EASA/FAA regulation for Instrument Training (IR), a mandatory requirement. The second important factor for us is that the aircraft models provided with the AL250, can be easily changed, with no required hardware changes, as this switch is only software based. Which means the simulator’s instructor can propose analogue or glass-cockpit panels, depending on the student’s specific training needs.”
Shardul Seth

Executive Director
Avyanna Aviation Academy

  • Advanced Technology: The DA 42 NG incorporates advanced technology and modern avionics systems, providing a training platform that closely resembles modern commercial aircrafts. Training on the DA 42 NG helps pilots become familiar with the latest cockpit technology, enhancing their transition to advanced aircrafts.
  • High Safety Standards: Diamond Aircraft has a reputation for prioritizing safety in their designs, and the DA 42 NG is no exception. The aircraft features an advanced safety cell construction, including reinforced composite materials and energy-absorbing structures.
  • Flight Characteristics: The DA 42 NG is known for its stable flight characteristics, making it an ideal platform for multi-engine training. It has a docile handling profile, responsive controls, and predictable performance, allowing pilots to learn and practice multi-engine operations effectively.
  • Multi-Engine Operations: The DA 42 NG is specifically designed for multi-engine training, with a focus on teaching pilots the complexities of flying twin-engine aircraft. It introduces trainee pilots to critical skills such as engine management, asymmetric thrust control, and handling engine failures.
  • Versatility: The DA 42 NG is a versatile aircraft that can be used for a wide range of training purposes beyond multi-engine operations. It can serve as a platform for instrument training, cross-country flights, and even advanced training scenarios.
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