Beijing, 8th June – A ceremony was held to unveil a new A320 full flight simulator (S57) in Hua-Ou Aviation Training Centre, a joint venture between China Aviation Supplies Holding Company (CAS) and Airbus. Mr. YANG Xiaoming, General Manager of CAS, and Mr. Eric Chen, Chairman of Airbus China attended the ceremony and made a speech.
“After entering into service this simulator will train more domestic and international pilots with high quality, meanwhile contribute more to guarantee flight safety of China’s civil aviation. I hope Hua-Ou will operate well with scientific management, to provide customers with best services and high quality training and to bring more social and economic benefits to CAS and Airbus. CAS will support the business development of Hua-Ou as usual, and I also hope Hua-Ou will contribute to Aircraft Support Services of CAS!” said Mr. YANG Xiaoming.
This A320 full flight simulator is the fourth Airbus A320 simulator in China, which can support A320neo, and is ready for the new UPRT (Upset Recovery Training). It can deliver 6,000 hours a year for both pilot and maintenance engineer training.
Hua-Ou is committed to providing aircraft operators with Airbus standard training courses and customized course for flight crew, maintenance engineers, performance personnel as well as cabin crew. Since the opening in 1997, over 38,000 aviation professionals coming from more than 50 airlines worldwide have been trained, most of which are pilots, maintenance engineers and cabin attendants. Among them, many people are in important positions of domestic civil aviation, contributing a lot to the safe and normal operation of China’s civil aviation. Hua-Ou plays a positive role in China’s civil aviation development. As a key part of Airbus global training and support network, the professional and experienced service in Hua-Ou is widely recognized by Airbus aircraft operators in China.
Wrote by： Zhijie Song， Translated by： Xingxing Xie