We Help SIMCOM Pilots Bring Everyone Home Safely
APS Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) programs develop the resilient skills, knowledge and confidence you need in order to reliably prevent or, if necessary, overcome the #1 fatal threat to your safety — Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I).
APS’ proven UPRT solutions have saved hundreds of lives by empowering pilots to recognize, prevent or recover, if necessary, from any airplane upset event. Achieve the safest level of flight operations with APS.
APS UPRT instills next-level safety that permeates operational effectiveness and ingrains enhanced pilot resilience in a crisis.
Advanced aerodynamic understanding and improved manual flight operations proficiency pay dividends on every flight.
APS UPRT efficiently transforms pilot confidence and competence to solve the threat of Loss of Control Inflight.
SIMCOM & APS PARTNERSHIP
FOCUS ON SAFETY:
SIMCOM’s commitment to delivering training solutions that allow customers to become safer, more proficient pilots aligns perfectly with APS’s purpose: We Help Pilots Bring Everyone Home Safely.
We are proud to join the other long-standing relationships SIMCOM enjoys with many of the world’s aircraft manufacturers, aircraft owners, commercial airlines and business aircraft operators.
BOTH SINGLE PILOT AND CREW PROGRAMS AVAILABLE
POWERFULLY INTEGRATED ONLINE AND INSTRUCTOR-LED ACADEMIC TRAINING WITH ON-AIRCRAFT (PISTON AND JET), ADVANCED SIMULATION, AND VIRTUAL REALITY SOLUTIONS
COMPREHENSIVE ENHANCEMENT OF COMPETENCIES WHICH IMPROVE DAY-TO-DAY MANUAL FLIGHT OPERATIONS PROFICIENCY WHILE OVERCOMING LOC-I
TRUSTED BY MAJOR US LEGACY AIRLINES, MILITARIES AND FORTUNE 500 CORPORATE FLIGHT DEPARTMENTS
GET YOUR IDEAL TRAINING SOLUTION
Complete the form below to learn more about upset training opportunities for SIMCOM members. Or, call us at 480-279-1881 (US) to speak to an APS team member.
“Frightened human beings will only do what they are trained to do…You don’t rise to the occasion. You sink to the level of your training”.
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman
US Army Ranger