Nov 23, 2023
Headquartered simulator manufacturer HAVELSAN announced its latest Airbus A320 full flight simulator will undergo and complete factory acceptance test this month. Following the tests, the company will initiate the certification process for the device, making the simulator ready for training at the beginning of 2024.
HAVELSAN previously signed a contract with Turkish Airlines for the procurement of a total of 11 A320 CEO NEOs and Boeing 737 Max full flight simulators (FFS) and FTD’s. Following the EASA certification of two Boeing B737MAX full flight simulators, HAVELSAN and Turkish Airlines announced the opening of the new Turkish Airline Training Center within HAVELSAN’s premises. With the latest development of the company aiming to complete the FAT’s, HAVELSAN is scaling up its solutions to support airline customers for their pilot training requirements.
"We believe that the Factory Acceptance Tests for our A320 FFS will be conducted successfully and will pass the tests, enabling us to complete our final preparations for the delivery." stated Dr. Mehmet Akif Nacar, CEO of HAVELSAN.
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HAVELSAN is planning to achieve EASA certification for its Airbus A320 CEO/NEO FFS to showcase the global airlines and pilot training industry that it can provide world-class Turkish manufactured narrow body aircraft flight simulators.
Taking its stance in the simulation industry for 40 years, HAVELSAN is dedicated to meet the needs of Flight Simulator Training Devices both domestically and internationally, and continues to provide advanced solutions to its customers. The company is currently actively seeking additional airlines or training center operators to share information about its products and the unique offering that it can provide.