A tremendous amount of valuable life-saving training can be delivered in a full-flight simulator. At APS, we utilize CAE Level D Full Flight Simulators. Our primary use of our motion simulator is the provision of upset recovery training, however, we do offer our light GA simulator as a resource for pilots and instructors to use to deliver any type of flight training they desire.
The aviation training industry is currently battling within itself to come up with the best training device to arm pilots with the skills necessary to mitigate the Loss of Control In-Flight threat to safety of flight. As the industry's most diversified and active provider of upset recovery training services, we have witnessed over and over that the real 'key' to improving a pilot's skill set does not primarily hinge on the training device. The 'key' components are:
- What is being taught (core knowledge)
- How it's being taught (building-block)
- Who's teaching it (credibility)
- Skills being imparted (simplistic, accessible and effective in a crisis)
A quality training device matters and APS only uses the very best readily available training devices in the industry.