When it comes to aviation the scope of “Simulator Use” is growing virtually exponentially. In fact, Simulator Use is now even a major part of aircraft Research & Development. For example, in June of 2015 professional pilots used Simulators in judging the annual IT FLIES competition at SWANSEA UNIVIERSITY’S College of Engineering in Swansea, Wales. Student competitors from the United Kingdom and the United States had their Aircraft Designs tested by a professional test pilot utilizing a MARLIN MP521 Flight Simulator. And, while you may not feel that you need to be too concerned about Aircraft Design, you might be more interested in AIRSTRIKE SIMULATORS, FlightSafety SIMULATORS AND CESSNA 208 TRAINING.

“The key of utilizing a simulator,” Dale Wolcott, President of TURBINE TRAINING in Manhattan, Kansas, “is to give the operator experience in a near ‘real life’ situation where errors will not result in damage to either people or property.”

When it comes to Airstrike Simulators the goal is to communicate with pilots as quickly as possible to bring air support to ground troops. As a result, there is a very special group of airmen known as Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTACs) who train to shave seconds off report times. Training for this takes place at NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE in Las Vegas, Nevada, and even integrates coordinating artillery use as well.

“I recently read that FlightSafety has a new Flight Simulator in their Dallas facility that is full motion and used for both Initial Training and Recurrent Training for the PILATUS single engine turboprop. I’m sure that they will find it as effective as we do our flight simulators here at TURBINE TRAINING.”

When it comes to AIRSTRIKE SIMULATORS, FlightSafety SIMULATORS AND CESSNA 208 TRAINING, those at the TURBINE TRAINING CENTER understand the importance of ensuring that their students are enough up to date to allow them to accomplish their dreams and goals! As one of the leading cessna training centers in the country, TURBINE TRAINING features both Initial and Recurrent Training for Cessna Caravan, Cessna 208 training; King Air 90 Training, King Air 200 Training and King Air 300 Training. If you have any questions about the process for receiving TRAINING, contact TURBINE TRAINING at 1-866-335-1224 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The Wolcotts and their staff would be happy to assist you in your quest for Initial Training or Recurrent Training regarding Turbine Engines - and will give you the opportunity of being on the cutting edge of training by using their simulators.

To learn more about TURBINE TRAINING go to: www.turbine-training.com
To learn more about this topic, research “Does it Fly Competition; D PC-12 Simulators and Airstrike Simulators”)

Published September 15, 2015