You can own a state-of-the-art Aviation Simulator at a great value at SkyArt.
Choosing the right trainer device and the process from the inquiry stage to the final acceptance test can be challenging. SkyArt makes it straightforward.
Here’s how it works:
A request for quote (RFQ), also known as an invitation for bid (IFB), is solicited to select suppliers and contractors for price quotes and bids relating to the fulfilment of certain tasks or projects. Please contact email@example.com for these inquiries.
SkyArt’s subject matter experts that relate to civil aviation sectors offer various alternatives in line with international regulations and customer budgets when determining needs.
In addition to the standard configurations based on aircraft model, SkyArt also offers tailor-made and modified training devices to suit customer needs, requests, and budgets.
SkyArt’s proposal is composed of two divisions: the first is the technical specifications of the device which is prepared per customer demand and the second is a commercial proposal that gives details regarding pricing and payment terms.
This is the WINNING stage for parties on both sides! The contract is signed by both parties and the planning of the device begins.
CDR is the final step of the design phase. It includes the technical proposal and a detailed description of all the features of the device. Every aspect of the project is discussed to ensure that the unit is built to the customer’s specifications without any misinterpretation. It is then agreed upon and signed for. The milestone schedule is updated if applicable.
Your project with SkyArt has been discussed in detail and every request taken into consideration. The elaborate workmanship of the SkyArt team now steps in and is ready to build your device to your exact specifications.
When the manufacturing phase of the structure is completed, checks on the requirements from critical design will be reviewed including any revision changes.
The final checks are concluded in the SkyArt factory in the customer’s presence before the delivery. The customer’s representatives will inspect the device and discuss any concerns or questions. Once all issues are documented and solved, the final factory acceptance documents are signed by both parties.
The transportation of the devices from the SkyArt factory to the installation location is made by sea or road freight. The transportation is included in the package and the items are insured for any damage during transportation.
The final acceptance test is carried out at the customer’s requested site following the on-site installation. The handover process will be completed after the customer’s approval and all final onsite acceptance documents are signed by both parties. The device is ready to begin training!
An on-site instruction course is conducted after installation and FOSA (final onsite acceptance). This course enables the instructors to operate the training device properly and efficiently.
An on-site maintenance course is conducted after installation and FOSA. This course covers the following: daily, weekly and monthly care of the training device, carrying out basic maintenance, and familiarizing maintenance staff with common practices and problem-solving techniques.
The device truly becomes yours.