RWL German Flight Academy and FSC to Expand Flight Simulation Training in Germany


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RWL GERMAN FLIGHT ACADEMY and FLIGHT SIMULATION COMPANY proudly announce their joint effort to expand flight simulation training in Germany. As of October 2016 FSC will have an EASA-certified level D A320 full flight simulator operational at RWL’s training center in Monchengladbach, conveniently located at twenty minutes by car from Düsseldorf Airport.

This A320 simulator joins the B737-NG full flight simulator already operational in the training center of RWL.

“This is an excellent opportunity for us to further explore our possibilities in the German aviation market”, FSC’s Managing Director Perry Roolvink said, “and our concept of Tailor-made Training Solutions fits in very well with the high quality standards used by RWL”.

Jens Küper, RWL’s Managing Director, adds: “This collaboration creates great synergy effects and is exceptionally useful for airlines operating in the area of North Rhine-Westphalia”.


RWL German Flight Academy GmbH was founded in 1972 as RWL Luftfahrtgesellschaft GmbH in Monchengladbach. RWL is a professional Flight Training Company with a family character. RWL is specialized in pilot training with training opportunities from basic flying training up to type rating training on B737. As one of the leading Flight Training Center in Germany, RWL operates a large fleet of training aircrafts and flight training devices. All provided training programs achieve the highest professional EASA standards.


Flight Simulation Company B.V. is an independent privately held company and was founded in 2005 by a management team of experienced professionals in the aviation training industry. FSC is primarily active in mainstream simulation training on Airbus and Boeing aircraft and offers both dry- and wet-lease training. FSC’s wet-lease activities include a wide range of training programs, including pilot provisioning and cabin crew training.
FSC operates twelve full flight simulators at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Budapest and, as of October 2016, Monchengladbach.

Source: Press release