Baltic Aviation Academy, the fastest growing aviation training company inEastern Europe, today announced the launch of a new simulators maintenance and repair business branch SimHelp.com. The start-up will provide support and maintenance services for aviation training centers' flight training devices.
“Having a full flight simulator demands a great number of actions – from finding, purchase and relocation to constant repairs, such as fixing an urgently failed control loading system or a broken oxygen mask. SimHelp.com is aimed to meet the needs of aviation training centers by providing all-simulator related services in one hand. The A-Z spectrum of simulator related services conducted by a team of well-trained professionals are the main SimHelp.com stand-outs in the market," told Arturas Bartkevicius, SimHelp.com Engineer Team Leader.
SimHelp.com services include integrated technical maintenance, simulator upgrades, parts repair, spare parts supply, renewals, relocation, sales and consultancy services for aviation training centers from all around the world.
The brand will offer joint solutions with the expert partners from 11 countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, France, Spain, and Braziland.
Beyond that, business expansion is planned. “Our goal is expanding business to non-aviation transport training centers, such as maintenance and support of heavy equipment operator simulators, truck simulators, skid control and recovery as well as maritime simulators in three years,” commented A. Bartkevicius.
SimHelp.com is headquartered in Vilnius, Lithuania, and currently connects 120 engineers team.
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