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Sierra Charlie flight school purchases ALSIM AL172 Simulator

Le Loroux-Bottereau, France -- Sierra Charlie Aviation, a flight school in the United States, has ordered a new, high fidelity ALSIM AL172 simulator. The simulator is an exact replica of Sierra Charlie's fleet of brand-new Cessna 172 Skyhawk SPs, which will provide a safe, consistent, state-of-the-art training experience for the school's rapidly growing student base.With locations in Scottsdale and Chandler, Sierra Charlie Aviation boasts a growing fleet of 16 new Cessnas and a team of 35 highly experienced flight instructors. Sierra Charlie was recently honored for the 2nd time running as AOPA's Best Flight School in the Western Region and is quickly rising to become one of the best flight schools in the country.Scott Campbell, Sierra Charlie Founder and President says, "Our goal is to provide the highest quality flight training in the country. Part of our commitment is to provide the highest quality flight training in the country. Part of our commitment to students includes offering the best training aircraft and aviation technology available. The new AL172 will support us in that mission and is a fantastic addition to our rapidly growing program."The AL172 is built to FAA FTD Level 5 standards and is already certified as an Advanced Aviation Training Device. It is Sierra Charlie's first ALSIM product.Dr. Scott Firsing of ALSIM's North America office adds, "We've been following Scott and his team for many years since their inception. It's been amazing to see the numerous awards and glaring positive testimonials year after year. We are excited to now also officially be a part of this growth! Being an extra replica of Scott's main training aircraft, with a real Garmin G1000 NXi and GFC700, the ALSIM AL172 is the perfect fit for their operations."Sierra Charlie joins a growing number of ALSIM AL172 customers around America including Kent State University, Paragon Flight Training, and Cirrus Aviation.
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