FAA APPROVED FLIGHT SIMULATOR

The MFD simulates more than 14 aircraft types, including single-engine, multi-engine and turboprop aircrafts. The system incorporates dual seating and controls for both the pilot and the co-pilot.

This flexibility will allow us to explore multiple human factors areas including crew coordination and communication, visual signal detection, auditory signal detection, threat detection and response, aeronautical decision making, risk tolerance, risk avoidance, and cultural impacts on crew interactions. These studies may impact the fields of runway incursion avoidance and aviation security.

BENEFITS


In addition to human factor research applications, the MFD will be used to create interactive learning for Encore Flight students enrolled in courses such as Advanced Aircraft Systems and Introduction to Human Factors. The MFD may be used to replicate and reconstruct accident scenarios, to demonstrate the operation/failure of systems, and to demonstrate crew interaction principles in a hands-on, immersive environment. In addition, the MFD will be used for community outreach purposes in coordination with the FAA Safety programs.

FAA APPROVED FOR LOGGABLE FLIGHT TIME


We are firm believers in simulation-centric training and we know the value of the Flight Simulator far outpaces the loggable hours, at the end of the day, we all want credit for our work. That’s why we made sure the our Flight Simulators  can be certified in just about any country. The FAA has approved it as an Advanced Aviation Training Device.

ENCORE FLIGHT ACADEMY'S FLIGHT SIMULATORS ARE FAA APPROVED FOR THE FOLLOWING TRAINING:

§ 61.51(b)(3)(h) Logged Flight Experience;
§ 61.57(c)(2) Recent Flight Experience: Instrument;
§ 61.57(c)(4)(iii) Recent Flight Experience: Instrument;
§ 61.57(c)(5)(ii) Recent Flight Experience: Instrument;
§ 61.57(d)(1)(ii) Instrument Proficiency Check, Per PTS FAA-S-8081;
§ 61.65(h)(2)  Instrument Rating up to 10 Hours;
§ 61.109(k)(1)  Private Pilot Certificate: Up to 2.5 Hours;
§ 61.129(i)(1)(i)  Commercial Certificate: Up to 50 Hours;
§ 61.159(a)(3)(i)  Airline Transport Pilot Certificate: Up to 25 Hours;

FAA APPROVED FLIGHT SIMULATORS

$59/Hour

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