Ural Airlines is buying a flight simulator for its Airbus pilots
20.10.2011 — News
Ural Airlines has ordered a training system from Holland for its Airbus pilots, at a cost of 7.5 million euros. The simulator will be ready in the spring of 2012 and will be housed in a specially constructed building.
Sergei Skuratov, the general director of the airline, told RusBusinessNews that this new equipment will allow Ural Airlines to train its pilots at home, instead of paying large sums to send them abroad to the United Arab Emirates, Czech Republic, Germany, and other countries to practice.
Ural Airlines is one of the top ten major Russian airlines for volume of traffic. In 2010, the air carrier served 1,792,220 passengers. Ural Airline's main fleet consists of 18 Airbus aircraft.
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