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Equipped with FlightSafety’s industry leading visual systems, CrewView glass mirror displays and 60-inch electric motion base – the unprecedented fidelity and levels of detail offered by our visual system significantly enhance training by providing highly detailed mission specific imagery and exceptional environmental effects.
The Simulation-Based Training Advantage
If you’re still using your aircraft for training, it’s time to reconsider. As airlines and corporate flight departments have known for decades, there simply is no substitute for simulation-based training. And now, taking direct and indirect costs into account, FlightSafety helicopter simulation training can save you money compared with in-flight training.
Compared with simulation-based training, in-aircraft training has few advantages and many drawbacks.
The More Effective Alternative
FlightSafety simulation-based training overcomes these shortcomings. More thorough and comprehensive, it allows crews to review and practice normal, abnormal and emergency procedures. A broad range of scenarios replicate virtually any possible situation, in every conceivable weather and environmental condition. Realistic scenarios require pilots to develop the right decisions, driving home the need to understand and follow emergency procedures. It’s as important to know that certain actions take priority during a crisis as it is to make the right call when the real-life situation is deteriorating by the second.
Save Your Aircraft for Your Mission
FlightSafety simulation-based training is the most effective training available. Use your aircraft for its intended mission and avoid the risk of training accidents.