Atlantis to provide Grob G-120 training suite

    Toronto Stock Exchange Symbol: AIQ

    TORONTO, June 19 /CNW/ - Atlantis Systems Corp. (TSX:AIQ) ("Atlantis"),
today announced that it has reached an understanding with Grob Aerospace
("Grob") that will result in the provision of integrated training solutions
for the Grob G-120 training aircraft to be offered as an OEM option to
customers purchasing the Grob-120.
    The Grob-120 is an advanced, fully-aerobatic composite trainer in use in
military and civilian training centres around the world, and is the primary
training backbone of the integrated flight training package provided by the
Canadian Forces under the Contracted Flying Training and Support (CFTS)
program delivered by Atlantis.
    Atlantis' training solution will include advanced non-motion flight
simulators, type-specific computer-based courseware including instructor-led
and self-paced web-based components supporting primary, basic, instrument and
aerobatic flight training regimes. The integrated training package can include
language modules if required.
    "I am delighted that we will be working with Grob to provide training
support for this key platform," said Andrew Day, President and CEO of
Atlantis, "Grob builds among the finest training aircraft in the world, and we
are proud to complement and be associated with this innovative training
solution. This is the first time in our history that our products will be
offered as part of an OEM sale, and this represents a major milestone for

    About Atlantis Systems Corp.

    Located near Toronto, Ontario and Orlando, Florida, Atlantis combines
desktop and full-flight simulation, knowledge management, learning management
systems, flight training devices and multimedia courseware to provide
integrated flight training and aircraft maintenance training to a global list
of customers. For over twenty-eight years, Atlantis has drawn on its extensive
engineering background and proprietary technology to offer cost-efficient,
state of the art alternatives to real-life conditions and situations. ASI is
registered under a number of quality management programs including ISO
9001:2000, AS9100:2004, CSA-Z299.1-1985, Boeing BQMS D6-82479 and Rockwell
Collins RC-9000, among others. To learn more, please visit the company's web
site at

    About Grob Aerospace

    Founded in 1971, Grob Aerospace is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland,
with its research, development, manufacturing and assembly facilities in
Tussenhausen-Mattsies, Germany. Grob is one of the world's largest and most
experienced composite aircraft manufacturers. Within its thirty-five years of
history Grob Aerospace has delivered more than thirty-five hundred aircraft
that have flown over seven million hours on five continents. Its product range
has evolved from the record-breaking high-altitude aircraft of the 80s and 90s
to today's leading-edge business jets, as well as to training and special
mission aircraft.

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For further information:

For further information: George Chiarucci, Chief Financial Officer,
Atlantis Systems Corp., (905) 792-1981,; Kevin
O'Connor, Genoa Management, (416) 962-3300,; Ali Mahdavi,
Genoa Management, (416) 962-3300,

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