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WWFC gets new Alsim ALX training device

image008May 26, 2014, Waterloo, Ont. - The Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre (WWFC) has announced the arrival of its new Alsim ALX Flight Training device. This state-of-the-art training vehicle will be certified by Transport Canada and in service in the near future.


May 26, 2014
By Carey Fredericks

image008May 26, 2014, Waterloo, Ont. – The Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre
(WWFC) has announced the arrival of its new Alsim ALX Flight Training
device. This state-of-the-art training vehicle will be certified by
Transport Canada and in service in the near future.

The ALX at WWFC provides six different aircraft types and covers the entire flight training curriculum from A to Z: PPL to MCC, including Jet Transition Training.
 
The WWFC ALX offers the following flight models:
 
• Single piston, constant pitch propeller and fixed landing gear, with classic or EFIS instrumentation (i.e.C172)
Single piston, variable pitch propeller and retractable landing gear, with classic or EFIS instrumentation (i.e.C172RG)
Twin piston with classic or EFIS instrumentation (i.e. Piper Seminole)
Light twin turboprop with EFIS instrumentation (i.e. King Air 200)
Medium twin turboprop with EFIS instrumentation, complex systems and dual FMS. (i.e. CJ2)
Light twin fanjet with EFIS instrumentation, complex systems and dual FMS. (i.e. ATR42)
 
The WWFC is thrilled to have this new equipment and will be offering advanced training packages to small operators for use in simulator evaluations, hiring evaluations, and CRM training.  The new Alsim will be an excellent platform for pilots looking to renew their IFR, for recency, as well as initial IFR training.
 
The new Alsim ALX will enable WWFC to expand their current offerings and will enhance their existing programs.


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