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MSPO 2016: Polish MiG-29 simulator enters service

30th August 2016 - 12:00 GMT | by Trevor Nash in London


The Polish Air Force (PAF) has inaugurated a new flight simulator for its recently upgraded MiG-29 fleet. Jointly manufactured by Polish company KenBIT and Slovakian simulation specialists, Virtual Reality Media (VRM), the new fixed-base device is based on earlier MiG-29 simulators developed by VRM.

The contract, that also includes spares, maintenance and training support, is believed to be worth $6 million.

Shephard understands that the device, referred to as SL or Symulator Lotu, was ordered in early 2014 and is being used to train pilots for the PAF’s 31 MiG-29A/UB aircraft. The simulator is located at the country’s

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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