Software packages for either platform are offered, or both can be loaded on the same simulator saving all the expense of a second set of hardware.
This simulator is a desktop model, easily moved from room to room, needs no special heating or air-conditioning specifications, can be run on a network, and simply plugs into a single 110V outlet. The package comes preloaded and ready to run.
A complete Garmin G1000 package can be obtained for as little as $3,995.00 (fob Tulsa) with qualified lease arrangements for $87.50 per month. The fully equipped “basic” package includes Microsoft FSX, all metal professional yoke with buttons, a throttle quadrant capable of including multi-engine platforms, gear switch, go-around switch, and a flap selector. Rudder pedals are included.
More detailed optional accessories include:
- All Metal Rudder Pedals with Toe Brakes
- Microsoft ESP Visuals
- Lockhead/Martin Prepar3d visuals
- All Metal Height Adjustable Desk
- Upgrades Flight Control Console
- Touch Screen Monitor for True Realism and Motor Skill Development
- Dual 19” Monitors
- Upgraded Video and Sound Cards
The system runs on a top-of-the-line DELL computer system. We have included the DELL 3 year in-office repair warranty. By using a connection to the internet, we can make any needed adjustments, repairs, or upgrades to the system software. A lot of the console components also come with a life-time warranty.
These systems work great in conjunction with ground school classes, insurance requirements, and familiarization. We feel this is the safest and most efficient way to immerse pilots of all classifications into the complex world of glass panel equipped airplanes. Plus it should have a positive effect on your operational profitability—including dual time with an instructor.
We designed our system to be “stand-alone” so that you do not tie up valuable training time on your main simulator.
Aircraft specific instrument clusters
Many options available
Powerful Dell components are utilized to process the simulation software, and game quality video cards are used to deliver the lifelike graphics for a realistic flying experience.