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Avion Phantom 320 Full Flight Simulator Qualified By EASA

A320 Sim Approved For Level-D Training

The new Avion Phantom 320 flight simulator has been Qualified by EASA for level-D operations. The full flight Phantom 320 was developed by Avion Simulators, part of the Dutch Avion Group, specializing in advanced flight training solutions. The Avion Phantom 320 is considered as a next-generation flight training tool for Airlines and Flight Academies, combining extreme flexibility with efficiency and easy maintenance. With all systems integrated, including climate control, computers and staircase, no complicated external infrastructure is needed for the Phantom 320.

This new plug-and-play Airbus A-320 full flight level-D Flight Simulator already attracted much attention from airlines and flight training centers around the world. Optionally the advanced Phantom 320 is offered in an energy-neutral housing module, making it the ´greenest´ and least demanding flight simulator on the market. The first Avion Phantom 320 will be operational in Malta within a few months.

“The Avion Phantom 320 is a sensational new simulator,” said Bart Slager, CEO of the Avion Group. “It is very cost effective, it offers the latest visual systems and a luxurious ergonomic cockpit interior, and it can be easily maintained, thanks to remote monitoring and maintenance by our Customer Support in The Netherlands. I'm very proud of this impressive Phantom 320, that demonstrates our ability to design new and advanced training devices qualified to the highest standard.”

(Image provided with Avion news release)

FMI: www.aviongroup.aero

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