Indra said Thursday it has delivered the first of two Airbus A320 simulators purchased by Hainan Airlines. The system is already providing service at the airline’s flight training centre in the city of Sanya on the island of Hainan. Indra will supply the second system later this year.

The Indra simulator has entered into service after successfully passing its certification tests with a Level D, which is the maximum for civil simulators. Indra is one of the leading flight simulator manufacturers in the world and the company has already delivered 200 systems in 19 countries for 51 customers.

In April the simulator underwent the CAAC Chinese Aeronautical Authority’s tests established by the CCAR60 regulation. The system successfully passed the exam and stood out thanks to its high level of engineering.

The Level D certification guarantees that the simulator reproduces with a maximum accuracy the aircraft’s actual behaviour and therefore is suitable for the basic training required to fly a specific aircraft model as well as recurrent or refresher training.

The Hainan Airlines centre is one of the most important in Asia and offers training for the airline’s own pilots as well as those from others that include this aircraft in their fleet. 

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