Entrol to Open Maintenance Center in the Americas in 2024

Entrol, the manufacturer of EASA and FAA certified FNPT, FTD and AATD flight simulators, will open its own maintenance center in the Americas in September 2024. The company has made a strong commitment to this continent, where it plans to install about four flight simulators between this year and the next one.

The company is currently constituting Entrol America, a fully owned subsidiary, under which it will open its own facilities in Monterrey, Mexico, and from where the firm will be offering services to its customers in the continent.

“Entrol America is expected to be established during the month of April. Once the process is completed, we will proceed to hire two product engineers who will come to Spain for training and in 2025 we plan to expand the team with two more additions. We consider Monterrey an excellent central location from where to service all of our continental customers. It is a major hub and airport that allows to service North, Central and South America in the same time zones and with minimal delay. We are confident that this investment will enhance our support and provide the level of service our customers demand.”, says Luis Olarte, CEO of Entrol.

About Entrol

Entrol is a manufacturer of EASA and FAA certified FNPT, FTD and AATD flight simulators established in 2005 by the brothers Luis Olarte and Pedro Olarte. Entrol has been growing steadily since then, becoming the renowned manufacturer it is today, with 40 employees, 20 different simulators and customers in more than 30 countries.

We are an OEM, so everything is manufactured in-house with our own technology, allowing us to meet current and future regulatory requirements.

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