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Aero India 2019: HATSOFF plans move for new sim trainer

24th February 2019 - 12:00 GMT | by Helen Haxell in Bengaluru

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Bangalore-based HATSOFF Helicopter Training, an HAL-CAE JV, is looking to expand its current offerings of full flight simulators (FFS).

Currently, the company provides civil and military pilot and crew training. Within HATSOFF’s (Helicopter Academy to Train by Simulation of Flying) facility it houses three cockpit technologies for the Bell 212/412, Airbus Dauphin N-variants, and for the HAL ALH (Advanced Light Helicopter) Dhruv.

‘We work from the [training] concept of roll-on, roll-off,’ Col H S Premkumar told Shephard. ‘We are looking at other simulators.’

Whilst he would not confirm the manufacturer or model, Premkumar did share the search was very

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