Thursday, 6th of July 2017 – Alsim is very happy to announce the sale of an AL42 flight simulator, an exact copy of the Diamond DA42, to HM Aerospace flight training school, based in Langkawi, Malaysia. The school already owns two Alsim AL42 simulators.
This AL42 simulator will provide the latest technological advances, such as PBN (Performance-based Navigation) and HDVS (High Definition Visual System), developed by Alsim.
Romain Chomel, HM Aerospace Head of Training, explains why they chose Alsim again:
“We’ve been working with Alsim for years now and we really have trust in their products. We are very satisfied with their after-sales service as they have always provided us with adequate guidance when we needed assistance related to maintenance and certification. With this new simulator incorporating the latest technology, our ATO will stay in line with industry requirements and we will be able to deliver better training solutions to our customers.”
About HM Aerospace
HM Aerospace Sdn Bhd (HMA) is Malaysia’s premier Flight Training Academy providing world-class training and facilities for cadet pilots. As a member of the Halim Mazmin Group, HMA has the capacity to train a minimum of 200 cadet pilots per year at our Langkawi facilities.
HMA was the first ATO in the country to use the Diamond series aircraft (DA-40/DA-42) for flight training. It was also the first to introduce the Alsim FNPT II Simulator featuring the GARMIN G-1000 Glass Cockpit in South East Asia, which tremendously improved the quality of training and transition to type training with airlines. With its proven track record, HMA was selected by Malaysia Airlines (MAS) as one of its preferred training centres for its cadet pilots.
To date HMA has proudly trained nearly 1300 commercial pilots who have successfully been placed into local airlines like Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Malindo Air, Firefly, MASwings and other airlines in South East Asia and Middle East like Singapore Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Wings Air (Lion Air), Eva Air, Korean Airlines, China Airlines, various airlines in Myanmar, Etihad Airways, Emirates, Saudi Airlines, Qatar Airways and Pakistan Airlines, to name a few.
For more information about the school: www.hmaerospace.com