Ural Airlines will use a Dutch simulator to train their Airbus pilots
26.06.2012 — News
Ural Airlines are launching a 7.5 million euro full-flight simulator to train Airbus pilots.
The representatives of the airline's Press Service have informed RusBusinessNews that the simulator was made under the individual order of Ural Airlines by Sim Industries (a member of Lockheed Martin) from the Netherlands. The full-flight simulator has one of the world's best visualization systems made by Rockwell Collins and a Level-D certificate; pilots can be trained without aircraft. Previously, Ural Airlines' pilots were trained in other countries - in the United Arab Emirates, Czechia, Germany, etc.
Ural Airlines rank among the top ten leading Russian airlines in terms of safety and passenger traffic. In 2011, the airline provided services to more than 2.5 million passengers. The core of Ural Airlines' fleet is composed of 24 Airbus airliners.
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