Tuesday, February 18th 2020, Le Loroux-Bottereau, France
The ATO Flying Pro, located in Quito, Ecuador, has officially launched its Alsim ALX simulator on January 22nd 2020. The flying school has presented its new device to local and national press, as well as governmental authorities.
The ALSIM ALX provides single engine piston, twin engine piston up and twin jets (generic B737/A320). The device is designed and approved for ATPL, CPL/MCC in compliance with all current regulatory standards. It has a proven track record for cost-effectiveness and helps save numerous aircraft hours.
This is the first time that such a device is installed in South America. Flying Pro thus becomes a pioneer in the region and aims to place its students in the best airline companies. This innovative project will benefit local economy but also national aviation industry in Ecuador as the ALX will be used by national forces, such as Police and Civil Aviation.
About Solent and Flying Pro
Flying Pro Aviation Academy, a subsidiary of Solent Freight, was created to innovate the way pilots are trained in the Latin American region. The Training Center introduces the AQP method for pilot training and the evaluation of pilot performance. It will enhance the training quality of actual and future pilots both in the region and worldwide.
The Solent Group, founded in 1995 and headquartered in New York, USA, is a privately owned business enterprise delivering innovative transportation solutions not only limited to the USA but with an extensive reach and footprint globally. For almost 25 years, Solent has partnered with leading brands to meet market demand, providing air cargo and logistics services efficiently and affordably around the world.
Today Solent services over 137 airports around the world, representing numerous airlines to offer effective marketing and sales of their air cargo capacity in key global markets. The company’s clientele includes Cargo Logic Air, Korean Airlines, Swiss International Airlines, AirBridge Airlines, Volga-Dnepr Group, Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airways
For more information about Flying Pro, visit www.flyingpro.aero.
For more information about Solent, visit www.solent.com.