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Today Aircraft Industries, a.s. has signed an agreement with Czech Aviation Training Centre (CATC), a subsidiary of Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic and with the Canadian manufacturer of flight simulators of CAE to supply modern simulator for pilot crews trainings for L 410 UVP-E20. Investment project for production and operation of modern mobile flight simulator FFS (Full Flight Simulator) for L 410 with a capacity of 19 passengers was based on the constantly increasing demand for both operators and aircraft manufacturer itself. Considering the increasing production of aircraft type L 410 from Aircraft Industries is the new simulator in terms of safety and quality of the training necessary. The own production of the simulator will be provided by the Canadian company of CAE, which is one of the few simulator manufacturers in the world, able to produce flight simulator L 410.

 

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The simulator will also be certified in accordance with international regulations for air transport at the highest possible level, ie. the level of category "D". The contract expects the simulator to be launched into operation in the middle of 2016 and the subsequent commencement of the pilot crews training. Aircraft Industries General Director, Ilona Plskova, added: "We are delighted that we have finally succeeded in realization of our aim. Putting the simulator into operation with such an advanced technology will mean a significant improvement of pilot training at L 410 in theCzechRepublic. Such completed offering of services will be appreciated by the future and existing operators of L 410, for which the possibility to train their own pilots on the latest flight simulator type will be of great benefit."