Alsim: Poland opens door on DA-42 military simulator training

The owned fleet of Diamond aircraft prompted The Military University of Aviation to purchase a new flight simulator which would have a full cockpit replica and the flight dynamics of DA-40 / DA-42 Diamond aircraft.

The growing number of DA-42 in military roles across the emerging markets has seen a new business opportunity for Alsim who have been developing simulators for the civil training markets.

The DA42 Twin Star made its first flight in December 2002. It received the EASA IFR certification in May 2004. DA42 is the first diesel-powered aircraft to perform the non-stop crossing of the Atlantic Ocean.
The aircraft are used to provide sophisticated training for pilots of the RTAF.


The DA42 aircraft are also used by many military operators, including the Ghana Air Force and Niger Air Force.
Poland’s Military University of Aviation’s training centre has 32 aircraft, including three versions of Diamond aircraft DA-20, DA-40 and DA-42 in its fleet and have now added an Alsim Diamond flight simulator.

The owned fleet of Diamond aircraft prompted The Military University of Aviation to purchase a new flight simulator which would have a full cockpit replica and the flight dynamics of DA-40 / DA-42 Diamond aircraft operated by Academic Aviation Training Centre, and at the same time meet all the EASA requirements for the FNPT II class – emphasizes Lt. Col. Tomasz Słomczyński.

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