Cessna Skyhawk 172R
What is there to say about this prolific airplane, it is the icon of flight training. More pilots have learned to fly on this aircraft than any other, Cessna continues to upgrade the capabilities. Come fly the new Cessna, experience why pilots choose the best when they train.
The Redbird TD creates new levels of realism when it comes to simulation. Featuring the state-of-the-art Garmin G1000 system, the Redbird TD brings the operating environment to you.
Features of the Redbird TD
- Fly day or night in VFR or IFR conditions.
- Shoot instrument approaches to minimums at any airport in the world (WGS 84 database).
- Start your flight on the ground at any airport, or in the air.
- Practice aircraft failures and emergency procedures.
- Practice cross-country flights to unfamiliar airports before you get in the airplane.
Piper Turbo Seminole
The Piper Seminole is recognized as one of the best multi-engine training aircraft in the world. It is an ideal platform for the single-engine pilot to step up to twin-engine flying. This highly capable trainer is equipped with Garmin avionics, Mode S transponder and a Stormscope. The avionics also connect via Bluetooth to provide flight data information on your iPad or Android tablet.
The AST-300 is an integral part of obtaining an instrument rating. In addition, the AST-300 can be used to hone instrument skills and remain proficient in IFR flying. IFR training is very demanding, it requires a student’s mental and physical habit patterns to become systemic. This process requires considerable repetition.
AST-300 is an FAA approved advanced flight training device. It does not move, but it represents the cockpit and performance of a specific class of airplanes to include their aerodynamic responses, which is ideal for general aviation training. It is fully certified for FAA Instrument training as well as a portion of the FAA Instrument Rating.
The AST-300 simulator allows that to occur with high efficiency. For example, instrument-approach training in an airplane will require at least 1.5 hours to preflight, takeoff, fly 3 or 4 approaches, and land. In the simulator, 10 to 15 approaches can be flown within one hour. Compared to airplane training, time and cost are greatly reduced.
Features of the AST-300
- Multi-engine or single engine simulation capability.
- Instructor console with Tracker/ Roland Plotter.
- Uses standard Jeppesen and NOS instrument approach and area navigation charts.
- All weather Day/Night/VFR/IFR Color display.
- HSI, RMI, Dual VORs, Dual COMs, RNAV, ADF.
- Remote Magnetic Compass.
- Multi-engine center console includes fuel x-feed.
- Electric Elevator & Aileron and rudder trims.
- Dual EGT/CHT, Fuel flow.
- High speed Turbo mode