Pacific Flying Club updates sim fleet with ALX simulator

Nov 20, 2019

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The school opted for all available flight models and options from a single engine piston close to a 172 to a medium jet close to a 320, and will use two Garmin GTN650s.

Owner of an Alsim AL200 MCC for over 10 years, the Pacific Flying Club PCF recently decided to trade-in their beloved device for the more technologically advanced and modern ALX simulator. The school opted for all available flight models and options from a single engine piston close to a 172 to a medium jet close to a 320, and will use two Garmin GTN650s. With many advanced features including complex overhead, dual FMS and Alsim’s new visual system. It is a device that provides a whole range of flight training from someone’s first flight to jet orientation training before joining the airlines. The ALX is Alsim’s best-selling device to date with more than 90 installed worldwide.

Based out of Boundary Bay Airport CZBB, PFC owns and operates 30 aircraft including 152s, 172s and PA34 Senecas. PFC also purchased the first ever Alsim AL250 in early 2016. PFC graduates are flying for airlines such as Air Canada, West Jet, Sun Wing, Pacific Coastal Airlines, Jazz, Encore, Central Mountain Air, Cathay Pacific and other airlines, companies, and corporations around the world.

“We used our very reliable AL200 extensively for more than a decade and we look forward to 10-plus years with our new ALX. We pride ourselves in offering our students and instructors the latest and greatest Alsim has to offer. We very much look forward to receiving the ALX early in 2020, as well as the software upgrades Alsim continues to roll out,” said Clark Duimel, executive director at PFC.

(News Source: Skies Magazine, Alsim Press Release)

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