Thales simulator for Uzbek Air Force
Thales has supplied the Uzbek Air Force with a flight simulator for Ecureuil helicopters under a contract announced on 18 September.
The simulator will provide initial training and emergency procedures training for air force pilots.
The AS350/H125 simulator has been delivered to the Karshi Air Force Base in Uzbekistan, where the country’s first training academy was inaugurated in early September. The academy will provide training for Uzbek pilots and engineers, with an annual capacity of 300 students.
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