Ready for Training: SAT Presents its New Frankfurt Embraer 190 Simulator
Swiss AviationTraining (SAT) unveiled their new CAE Embraer 190 full-flight simulator to the public today. The new facility marks another milestone in SAT’s evolution into an experienced provider of total “E-Jet” training solutions, and further underlines its standing and expertise as a competence centre for integrated cockpit, cabin and technical training.
SAT’s new E-Jet 190 simulator is now available for use at the Lufthansa Flight Training Center in
The new simulator was formally inaugurated in
SAT already operates an E-Jet simulator in
An integrated approach
SAT has trained over 2,500 pilots to date on Embraer aircraft types. And such training has not been limited to its
“This broad and integrated approach offers customers sizeable synergic benefits in both knowledge and cost terms,” points out Laurent Privet. “They can make full and fruitful use of all our expertise; and they can take full advantage of the shared platforms we offer in our ‘E-Jet Community’, which also extends to such further strong partners as Lufthansa City Line, Air Dolomiti and LOT.” It’s an approach, too, that goes hand-in-hand with SAT’s dual commitment to safety and efficiency, and with its constant efforts to provide cost-effective quality training solutions that meet the highest industry standards.
SAT’s new Frankfurt E-Jet 190 simulator has been supplied by CAE, a professional manufacturer with whom SAT has been collaborating closely for several years now. The simulator itself is state-of-the-art, with features that include a dual head-up guidance system and the latest CAE Tropos visual system. The projectors boast an extremely high resolution – an asset that will be greatly appreciated by the pilots who train on it. The simulator also has the newest Aircraft Avionic Software (EPIC load 25.2) installed, which replicates the very latest version of the original aircraft concerned.
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