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Wisesoft Corp. gets new A320 SIM from FlightSafety International

June 4, 2013, La Guardia Airport, N.Y. - FlightSafety International has announced it has received an order from Wisesoft Corporation of Chengdu, China for an Airbus A320 full flight simulator. This will be the second Airbus A320 simulator FlightSafety has built for the company.

June 4, 2013  By Carey Fredericks

The new Airbus simulator will be installed at SafetyWing Aviation Training in Chengdu, China to support Tibet Airlines. The Airbus STD 1.8 simulator is expected to receive Level D qualification from Civil Aviation Administration of China following its installation in early 2014.

It will be equipped with FlightSafety’s latest advances in technology including electric motion and control loading and enhanced VITAL X visual system. The visual database will offer a full spectrum of high elevation visual models of Western China.

“We are pleased to have been selected to build a second Airbus 320 simulator for Wisesoft Corporation,” said John Van Maren, vice president, Simulation. “We continue to support Wisesoft Corporation’s efforts to provide training equipment and services for Tibet Airlines and other aircraft operators based in China and the surrounding region. An increasing number of airlines from around the world understand and appreciate the value FlightSafety provides, and the advantages we offer as an industry leading supplier of full flight simulators.”

“The high quality flight simulators, outstanding service and support FlightSafety provides made them the best choice to support our growing needs” said Ding Kun, General Manager, SafetyWing Aviation Training. “Our customers also appreciate the fidelity, reliability, and value FlightSafety’s simulators provide.”


FlightSafety has delivered over 130 simulators for commercial aircraft to date. They include a variety of devices for aircraft manufactured by Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer and are utilized by airlines in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North and South America.


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