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PFC CAT III Simulator

Flight Simulator for Training and Rental

Our Simulator (Precision Flight Controls Cat III model) is an excellent tool for training and re-currency practice. It can be configured either as a single-engine or twin-engine airplane and several type-specific panels can be displayed on the screen. This simulator is PC-based and has the most current ELITE training systems software (8.6). Our simulator is FAA-approved as a Basic Aviation Training Device (BATD) with significant, state-of the-art upgrades. American Air provides some of the training in this simulator for the Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot, Multiengine Pilot, Flight Instructor, Instrument Flight Instructor, Multiengine Flight Instructor and Airline Transport Pilot courses. We also provide instrument flight proficiency training in our simulator. Weather conditions, lighting, systems malfunctions and complex scenarios can be modified and controlled from the instructor’s station. The flight data can be recorded and printed for student study after the flight. Our simulator is located in private, quiet and comfortable room where there are no distractions. The simulator is equipped with a GNS 430 GPS-WAAS, VOR, LOC, GS, coupled autopilot, flight director, altitude alert system, radar altimeter and much more. You can use your iPad with Foreflight or other  applications and the simulator will send geo-referenced position, real-time weather radar imagery and synthetic vision imagery to your iPad display. Our flight simulator can also be rented without an instructor for non-logged practice if desired.

 

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Simulator Panel

American Air Flight Training PFC Cat III FAA-Approved Basic Aviation Training Device (BATD) with upgrades

 

iPad with Simulator

                                         Our simulator supports ForeFlight and other iPad applications

 

CFI Station

  Simulator Instructor Station – Control weather, day/night conditions, malfunctions, airplane location and more. The

  instructor can print out a page with the flight path map overlay and pertinent flight data for the student.