ALSIM, the global flight simulator manufacturer headquartered in France, has expanded its range of products with the launch of its brand new ALSR20, an exact replica of the Cirrus SR20.
The device reproduces the latest Cirrus SR20 specific interior cockpit and flight deck including a real Garmin GDU 1050A and GFC 700 Autopilot. The ALSR20 is further equipped with a Garmin GMA 350C – All digital Audio Panel and a Garmin GCU 479 and can simulate the Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS).
As with all ALSIM simulators, the ALSR20 gathers the best of the company’s technology. The outstanding immersion is provided by the latest VFR-VS image generator and visual system with 210° screen. The instructor station is designed for instructor’s comfort and offers two large graphical touch screens to access the IOS. The IOS can also be accessed by any tablet that can access the internet.
This new simulator joins the family of specific devices produced by AlSIM, already consisting of the AL172 (Cessna 172), AL40 and AL42 (Diamond DA40 and DA42).
The ALSR20 is delivered with a two-year warranty and a full range of services including installation, training, maintenance and qualification support. A maintenance spare parts kit is also provided to ensure independence and maximum uptime.
The ALSR20, a Flight Training Device (FTD) Level 5, is compliant with the latest aviation standards from EASA and the FAA to TC (Transport Canada) and the CAAC.
Langley Flying School in British Columbia Canada is adding a high fidelity ALSIM AL250 simulator to their growing fleet. Langley Flying School has been operating out of the Langley Regional Airport (CYNJ) since 1994 and currently has a record number of students. In May 2020, the Flight Training Unit relocated to a new and larger training facility at the Langley Regional Airport to provide an exceptional and more comfortable experience to all its clients. Their ALSIM AL250 simulator, ideal for single & multi engine piston training with both analogue and glass flight decks and real Garmin GTN650, will be Transport Canada certified Level 2-IPC.
Aaron Achoba, Chief Flight Instructor at Langley explains: “We carefully considered all options in finding the perfect flight training device because we needed a simulator that not only satisfied our mission of providing safe and effective pilot training, but also one that could meet the enhanced training standards our newly approved Aviation Diploma program promises; at the same time we also wanted a device that would complement our new flight training facility. The AL250 from Alsim was the perfect fit, with the improved visuals, GPS and RNAV capabilities, we believe it has the capacity to not become obsolete in the next few years!”
“Knowing Aaron for some years now, and at the same time witnessing his School’s growth, we are excited to add Langley as our newest client in Canada. We know they will be extremely happy with this simulator that continues to evolve and helps students learn faster and more efficiently,” adds Dr Scott Firsing of ALSIM’s North America office.