Ayjet to acquire a B737NG fixed base simulator from Venyo

Venyo today announced that it has finalized a deal with Ayjet to provide a B737NG Fixed Base Simulator (FBS) to be installed by the end of this year in Istanbul (Turkey). This new simulator will allow Ayjet to respond to its fast-growing pilot training needs, including the MPL Training program recently launched together with major airline companies in Turkey. 

 

Venyo announced that it has finalized a deal with Ayjet to provide a B737NG Fixed Base Simulator (FBS) to be installed by the end of this year in Istanbul (Turkey). This new simulator will allow Ayjet to respond to its fast-growing pilot training needs, including the MPL Training program recently launched together with major airline companies in Turkey. 

Fabrice Cornet, Co-Founder & CTO of Venyo, said : « We are delighted that Ayjet has chosen one of our high-fidelity and highly reliable training devices ». He added : « It has always been our firm belief that a training device like ours, perfectly representing a single-aisle twinjet aircraft is really THE cost-effective solution for training tasks that do not require an expensive full flight simulator »

Celal Cingöz, Managing Director at Ayjet said : « We are all very excited about the arrival of this state-of-the-art simulator. Such training device within our walls will allow us to enhance and improve our pilot training programs in order to preserve our recognized level of excellence ». He added : « We expect to have it ‘Ready for Training’ during the first quarter of 2020 ».

 

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