V I R T U A L T O U R
Diamond 20 Analog Cockpit
The Diamond 20 - Katana, is our latest flight simulator from Belgium provides a spectacular 240 degrees horizontal and 40 degrees vertical HD visual or an immersive and an effective training environment for student and certificated pilots. The aircraft shell originates from an actual physical Diamond 20 aircraft equipped with a controlled force load system on 3 axis.
Capable of practicing scenario-based flight training events, simulated equipment failure and emergency procedures, pilot evaluations, instrument procedures/experience, and facilitating increased pilot proficiency overall.
Cessna 172 Garmin 1000
The Cessna 172 (Skyhawk) is fully equipped with the Garmin 1000 Glass Cockpit with 180 HD degree HD visual system for an immersive view directly from your cockpit. The TRC472FG provides realistic and true-to-scale cockpit design. This platform also provides an effective training environment for student and certificated pilots.
This also includes the capability of practicing scenario-based flight training events, simulated equipment failure and emergency procedures, pilot evaluations, instrument procedures/ experience, and facilitating increased pilot proficiency overall.
Air Traffic Control Simulator
Our panoramic 3 screens simulator where our students are to guide aircraft to and from the active runway for landing and takeoff where they must assure that it safe for a plane to enter or cross a runway, assign taxiway routes, when to stop and start a movement, and clear aircraft for taking off.
Equipped with flight strips, ground, and air radar screens and a full 3D view of each airport. With a complex command structure, advanced AI and Speech Recognition technology, this will allow our students to explore the diverse aviation industry that they might form an interest in other than piloting.
Flight Trainer with Virtual Reality
We integrate the use or Virtual Reality to allow our students to further understand complex topics that need visual clues. With this VR, students are able to immerse themselves in detailed 3-D scenery for more than 3,000 airports around the world which includes terminal buildings, hangars, jetways, & more which makes the airports feel alive.
Explore various jet cockpits and learn the details of the airframe by simply doing a virtual walkabout of the aircraft. With the use of basic flight controls, students are also able to witness the effects of the aircraft controls and the effect it has on the aircraft while learning the parts of the aircraft.