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Ansett Aviation Training Gains A320 FFS for Middle East Market

Training Provider Adds Capacity for Growing Region

Ansett Aviation Training and signed a purchase agreement for a single AIRFOX Level D Full Flight Simulator emulating the Airbus A320 CEO and -NEO models.

The sim is expected to be up and running in the 3rd quarter of this year. Its new Dubai home currently houses one of Ansett's ATR 72-600 simulators, allowing them to provide training to commuter lines operating the twin turboprop throughout the Middle East. Ansett's network of training facilities stretches across Australia, Italy, and Taiwan at the moment, offering 27 full flight sims in the whole collection. The Dubai center will enjoy having the A320 on offer, giving them a ticket to take care of the bigger carriers in the region.

"We are looking forward to deploying the AMST A320 into our Dubai centre to support our growing regional customer base," said CEO of Ansett Aviation Training. "The AMST device incorporates the latest technology to ensure the best possible customer training outcomes. The timely availability to deploy the simulator was essential to support our growth plans for Dubai and we are looking forward to working with the experienced team at AMST".

Managing Director of AMST Rainer Schluesselberger said it would be a big deal "At AMST, we are dedicated to advancing aviation training technology, always focusing on addressing our customers' needs. We take great satisfaction in being able to quickly provide the A320 FFS to Ansett Aviation Training’s Dubai facility. This project not only showcases our ability to efficiently execute and deliver on complex training solutions but also reflects our dedication to supporting the dynamic and growing needs of the global aviation industry, particularly in strategic regions like the Middle East".

FMI: www.amst.at

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