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Premiere of KARCO new release - Pilot Ladder - A Persisting Challenge


published on 18 June 2021 97 -

Pilot Ladder operation is considered as one excercise which is not only limited to climbing the ladder but what it holds is a persistent challenge where pilot has to deal with factors like strong winds, unsteady surface and more importantly correct frame of mind. KARCO new release will surely bring a lot of awareness and will turn into eye opener as it has been presented uniquely with powerful tool of 3D animation and latest VFX and graphics

To enhance the popular topic Industry experts like Capt. Gajanan Karanjikar - President - AIMPA & Capt Arie Palmers - Member of Netherlands Pilot association and KARCO Founder / Director - Capt. Praveshchand Diwanand has contributed their lifetime experience in developing this title.

Date : 18 June 2021 - 1430 hrs IST

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