Our locations have Flight Simulator Training Devices which are based on modern, twin-turbojet transport aircraft.

Built by New Zealand manufacturer, Pacific Simulators, these devices are specifically designed for multi-crew and jet orientation type training and hold certifications from several authorities around the world. They use state-of-the-art technology to provide very realistic simulation including High Definition Visuals with a world-wide database.

Locations which provide MCC training have been required to operate new or recently upgraded PS4.5 FSTDs. These meet the prescribed qualification standards for FSTD (Multi-crew cooperation training) as set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) in Part 61 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR 1998). 

Our simulators are used for our Multi-Crew Cooperation courses, Jet Orientation Courses and Simulator Assessment Preparation.

They can also be hired for a variety of applications - see Simulator Hire for more information.

Simulator Key Features:

  • Fixed-base FSTD based on a modern, twin-turbojet narrow-body transport aircraft
  • Fully enclosed cockpit with rear section and full flight deck configuration
  • Dual-linked flight controls, rudder pedals and steering tiller
  • Motorised throttle quadrant including auto-throttle, speedbrake lever and trim wheels
  • Fully functional aircraft panels, systems, avionics and controls including glass cockpit instrument displays, Flight Management Computers (FMC), Autopilot Flight Director System (AFDS), TCAS, weather radar, and EGPWS
  • Surround stereo sound system and floor shakers
  • High Definition Visual System with a 180° wrap-around curved screen
  • Global scenery and navigation database including over 24,000 airports and cities
  • Four crew seats including 5-point seat harnesses, headsets and oxygen masks for the pilot stations
  • Touch-screen Instructors Station console with extensive features

For more information about our simulators, please visit http://www.pacificsimulators.com/