As training device technology continues to advance, opportunities arise to further increase the Flight Task Areas of Operation that can be offloaded from full flight simulators to flight training devices.
Additionally, flight training devices can be used for pre-training to improve efficiencies and reducing the number of re-training events. Should re-training be required, they can also provide a cost effective means to accomplish the re-training depending on the required tasks.
Why offload training?
In 2017, the ability to offload additional training from Full Flight Simulators took another big step forward with the world’s first FAA certified Level 7 fixed wing device flight training device.
FAA Level 7 FTD increased fidelity and functionality including:
At L3 CTS we’re looking at opportunities to work with regulatory bodies to provide greater guidance on how training providers can look to increase the mix of training devices – and the opportunities they bring:
How do you see the future of pilot training changing?