Every professional pilot has to go through proficiency checks every 6 months, So, for pilots who are still very low on hours, just out of flight school or haven’t been at the controls for other various reasons, keeping your skills current is crucial.
Many recently-graduated pilots forget the importance of regular simulator refreshers after completing their MCC.
Airlines will often ask applicants how many jet simulator hours and how many flying hours they have in the past 6 or 12 months. We recommend at least a 2hr Simulator Refresher every 2-3 months.
With our sim refreshers you can tailor your experience:
- Big Jets: Flying large jet aircraft differs greatly from small light aircraft. Let your
instructor take you through the basics of handling the big Jets.
- Bad Weather: Landing an aircraft in bad weather is all part of the job for an airline pilot. Have a go at landing the big Jets in bad weather. Do you have what it takes?
- Night Landings: Landing a large aircraft at night is very different from landing during daylight hours. The lack of visual cues makes it difficult for the pilot to assess where he or she may be in relation to the runway. Our instructors will take you through the techniques used by real airline pilots.
- Create your own session by emailing us. We would be happy to try and accommodate your request.
We have two simulator centres in Burgess Hill. You can fly the following aircraft at these locations: the 737 Classic, 737NG, 747 – 400 and Airbus A320
Our London Gatwick Simulator Centre is located 5 minutes from Gatwick airport. You can fly the following aircraft at this location: the 737 Classic, 737NG, and 757/767.
Our Manchester simulator centre is located at Woodford airport, just off the M60. You can fly the following aircraft at this location: the 737 Classic, B757/767 and the Airbus A320.
European Centres include Brussels, Amsterdam, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Contact us to find out more about these locations.
With the eVoucher you will receive it instantly by email!