Alsim (Hall 1, F9) has launched a single-seat flight training simulator aimed at flying clubs and schools.

The device has been designed to meet future JAR STD 4A Basic Instruments Training Device (BITD) standards and corresponds to at least 5 hours in a PPL or CPL program and in the FNPT1 version up to 25 hours of IR training.

The AL50 is being demonstrated on the stand.


It comes with an adjustable seat, rudder with brakes, a wheel with electrical trims and control loadings.

At the same time, Alsim's in-house technology (TFT screens, mechanics, and instructor's station) has been maintained.

The flight model on the device corresponds to a TB20 single piston-engined light aircraft with retractable gear and a variable-pitch propeller.

Source: Flight Daily News