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Venyo invites pilot job seekers to ‘test’ flight simulator

VenyoVenyo, a Belgium-based designer, builder and seller of professional flight simulators, has announced an initiative which invites pilot jobseekers to take control of its Boeing 737NG flight simulator.

While awaiting EASA and FAA certification of its simulators, Venyo has submitted its preproduction unit to a series of “long term” tests. For two months only, every Wednesday and Thursday, Venyo is going to offer pilot job seekers the opportunity to take the control of its professional Boeing 737NG flight simulator and live a 4-hour immersion experience in the cockpit of a real modern airline aircraft. 

The conditions to participate are:

 Holder of a ‘Frozen’ Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) with MCC on B737

 Be ready to travel to Venyo Academy, located a stone’s throw from the runways at Charleroi airport (EBCI), Belgium

 Apply by pair (two-pilot crew)

Venyo explains, “We do not want you to miss the opportunity to improve your flying experience thanks to Venyo’s new flight simulator. To secure your 4-hour training session, please send an email immediately to IwantToFly@venyo.aero with all your contact details, a copy of your licences and your timing preferences and we will in turn send you an immediate acknowledgement message. Applications will be reviewed and selected applicants will be contacted to get their planned check-in time.”

The company also provides advanced training for future airline transport pilots (MCC, JOC, TR 737, etc.).