ALSIM is pleased to announce the sale of an AL250 simulator to Adventure Aviation in Alberta, Canada. The AL250 will include a real Garmin GTN 650. It will complement the schools fleet of Cessna 172’s, including a 172S Nav III, as well as a Piper twin.
“We chose the AL250 for its versatility and reputation. We recognized the need for quality, advanced training to meet the current challenges facing the industry as a whole. Our main use of the AL250 will be in our Professional Commercial Pilot Program. We will also be using it to help smaller commercial operators with their recurrent training requirements.” says Adventure Aviation’s Chief Pilot, Michael Mohr.
Alsim North America’s Sales and Business Development Manager, Scott Firsing, adds, “We are very pleased to welcome Mike and the entire Adventure team to the Alsim family. They join a growing group of institutions throughout North America that utilize the high fidelity AL250 to provide top quality flight training.”
Adventure Aviation offers both Recreational and Commercial programs, with over 500 graduated students to-date. In addition to flight training, Adventure Aviation is a member of the Grande Prairie Tourism Association. They have developed aerial sightseeing tours of Grande Prairie’s many beautiful and scenic attractions.
About Adventure Aviation
Adventure Aviation has been operating and training pilots since 2000. With our Transport Canada Approved Maintenance Organization, our fleet of aircraft experience very little down time, so you can rest assured you will meet your goals in a timely fashion. The Grande Prairie Regional Airport offers all of the technology, approaches and amenities of the major airports without the high air traffic volume. This allows you a more comfortable learning environment and makes very efficient use of your time and money. The practice areas are within 5 minutes of the airport, so you will spend all your time training without losing precious time in transit. We are pleased to offer on-site complimentary accommodation for out-of-town students attending our flight training facility. www.adventureaviation.ca