Location: Arizona – APS Headquarters
This state-of-the-art system is specifically designed with capabilities unique to business-class, fuselage mounted, glass-cockpit, complex, multi-engine business jets. It’s not just a simulator, but a comprehensive training tool that accurately mirrors the challenges and intricacies of real-world flying in a secure, controlled environment.
Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT)
In the world of aviation, Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I) is the leading risk to air safety. To combat this, our FSTD is engineered to provide comprehensive Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT). All training is conducted within the device’s Validated Training Envelope (VTE), ensuring that each scenario you encounter is a realistic representation of potential in-flight situations.
Expert Guidance and Mentorship
The strength of our UPRT lies not only in our advanced technology but also in the people behind it. Each training session is supervised and mentored by an expertly-experienced and APS-certified class-specific UPRT instructor. These seasoned professionals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience, ensuring that you’re not just learning to operate a simulator, but becoming a more proficient, safer pilot.
Our instructors are not just experienced; they are APS-certified. This certification means they’ve undergone stringent training and assessment to ensure they can provide the highest level of instruction. They’re not just teaching you how to fly; they’re teaching you how to react, make critical decisions under pressure, and maintain control in challenging situations.
Mitigate Your Risk of LOC-I
Our primary goal is to help you mitigate your risk of LOC-I, the number one threat to air safety in aviation. Through our sophisticated FSTD and comprehensive UPRT, we’re providing you with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to handle any situation that comes your way.
Take the next step in your flight training journey today. Experience the unique capabilities of our FSTD, learn from our APS-certified instructors, and become a safer, more proficient pilot.