The flight simulation company Simloc, in collaboration with everis ADS, will supply a flight training device type FBS (Fixed Base Trainer) of the Airbus A320, with certification level FTD1 + MCC, to the company Aerodynamics Malaga.
The simulator will be used to improve the training of students of its commercial pilot school, within a new Aeronautical Campus, in the Costa del Sol at the Axarquía Tecnoalimentario Park, which will be built in Vélez Málaga (Spain) The hardware and software of this training simulator of the A320 are developed on original Airbus data. The cockpit, controls, pedestal and cockpit panels are an accurate reproduction of the components of the legendary commercial aircraft model.
For Carlos Pérez, CEO of Simloc, "this new training device represents a significant quality leap in our trajectory as manufacturers of simulators and it is a great satisfaction to contribute to the success of Aerodynamics".
With more than twenty years of experience, Aerodynamics Málaga (http://aerodynamics.es/) is one of the largest aeronautical training schools in Spain. It covers the main areas of aeronautical preparation with four training authorizations issued by EASA, including: Pilots of aircraft, both commercial (ATPL) and private (PPL); Flight crews (TCP), Drones pilots and (TMA) Aircraft Maintenance Technicians. It also has its own Aircraft Maintenance Center (Part 145 / CAMO) and air operator license (AOC).
For Juan Manuel Martín, CEO of Aerodynamics, "the acquisition of a simulator of these characteristics will help us gain new markets and customers and differentiate ourselves from competitors that use FNPT II simulators with less performance and quality. I want to thank both Simloc and everis for the opportunity to use, for the first time in Spain, a simulator of this level of certification ".
This operation represents a strategic investment by Aerodynamics Málaga in an unique, state-of-the-art and exclusive training device, which will be operational next November. The advantageous financial and operating model offered by Simloc and everis ADS will allow Aerodynamics to have the flexibility to expand its investment in the new project without renouncing to excellence in training.