You can own a state-of-the-art Aviation Simulator at a great value at SkyArt.
Choosing the right trainer device and organising the process from the inquiry stage to the final acceptance test can be challenging.
Here is the brief information explaining how it works.
A request for quote (RFQ), also known as an invitation for bid (IFB), is a process in which a company solicits select suppliers and contractors to submit price quotes and bids for the chance to fulfil certain tasks or projects. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any of the inquiries.
Our subject matter experts related civil aviation sector offer various alternatives in line with international regulations and customer budgets in determining needs.
At SkyArt, we modify our devices to suit our customer needs and budget. All our devices are tailor made according to the customer demand.
Our proposal is composed of two-division. The one is about technical specifications of the device which prepared as per our customer demand and the other one is a commercial proposal which gives details about pricing and payment terms.
This is the WINNING stage for both parties. At the end of the stage the contract is signed mutually and the journey of the device begins.
The end step of the design phase. It is based on the technical proposal and detailed description of all features. All aspects of the Project are discussed, agreed and finally signed. To ensure that the unit is built to the customers specifications without any mis-interpretation on the Project. The milestone schedule is updated if and where necessary.
Up to this stage, we have discussed the project in detail and now we are ready to build the device to the exact specifications we agreed upon. This is where the elaborate workmanship of our team steps in. Every detail is taken into consideration.
This process includes the checks on the requirements from critical design review (included revision changes) when the manufacturing phase of the structure is completed.
The final checks are carried out in SkyArt factory at the customers presence prior to delivery. The customers representatives will inspect the device and point the issues, if any. Once all issues are solved and documented, the final factory acceptance documents will be signed by both parties.
The transportation of the devices from SkyArt factory to the installation location is included in the package. The transportation is made by sea freight or road freight and the items are insured for any damage during transportation.
The final acceptance test carried out at the customers site following the on-site installation of training device. The device will be ready for training and handover process will be completed with this final stage after approved by the customer and final onsite acceptance documents are signed by the both parties.
An on-site instructor course is conducted after installation and FOSA (final onsite acceptance). This course enables the instructors to operate the training device efficiently and properly.
An on-site maintenance course is conducted after installation and FOSA (final onsite acceptance). The course covers followings; Daily, weekly and monthly care of training device, Carry out basic maintenance works and familiarize maintenance staff with practices and problem solving techniques.
This is when the device will become "yours".