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APS Aircraft and Simulators

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APS’s upset recovery training aircraft and simulators are specifically designed and selected to allow optimal skill development with the highest margin of safety. Our fleet offers opportunities to train in single engine, multi-engine, piston, turboprop, and jet configurations as a single pilot or as a crew member. Our simulators offer the same opportunities in a variety of flight simulation training devices.

APS Upset Training Platforms

Below is a complete list of APS aircraft and simulators. Our team at APS will work with you to customize a training program and select the ideal aircraft and representative simulator to meet your training needs. Regardless, all UPRT skills you learn at APS are completely transferable.

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The Extra 300L unlimited category aerobatic competition aircraft boasts jet-like performance, allows a +/- 8G envelope and has no prohibited maneuvers.
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The S211’s safety margin, complex configuration, high-altitude capability and enclosed IFR hood option make it ideal for all-attitude flight instruction.
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A fully certified aerobatic aircraft (+6/-3G) with side by side seating, the Slingsby T67M200 is ideally suited for advanced upset recovery training.
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Grob 120TP is a fully-aerobatic, IFR certified glass cockpit training aircraft with comfortable side-by-side seating; ideal for UPRT for turboprop operators.
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This Flight Simulation Training Device (FSTD) offers four distinct airplane classes, helping single pilots and crews more fully transfer UPRT principles.
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Full-motion simulated twin-turboprop simulator for multi-engine turboprop UPRT.
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The Boeing 737 Next Generation (737NG) simulator represents medium airliners and 737 type-specific training.
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The Falcon 50EX simulator allows for transferring UPRT skills to twin-engine business jets.
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The Grob simulator features a domed display for unparalleled visual representation in a simulator for aircraft of this class.
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The Lear 45 simulator helps students understand the transfer of UPRT principles in the multi-engine jet environment.
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Through a partnership with CAE, APS offers the Level-D Nextant 400XT simulator to represent light business jets in UPRT training.
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The CAE simulator is convertible between the Bombardier CRJ 200, 700 and 900 variants and is used for light multi-engine jet and regional airline UPRT.
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