Training in a simulator prior to actual flight training is more convenient and develops confidence and interest which ultimately increases the rate of success. Flight Simulator Training helps student pilots to master their flying skills during various constrained environments like instruments let-downs, bad weather, etc. that can be programmed in a simulator.
ALSIM AL 50 Flight Simulator
Orient Flights is one the first privileged operators of ALSIM AL 50 simulator in India.
ALSIM is a French-based Flight Simulator manufacturing company. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in India approved the simulator for imparting basic and advanced training on instrument approach procedures, simulated emergency procedures, etc.
- Ideal ab-initio flight trainer for aspiring pilots.
- Widely used for maintaining and developing pilot skills.
- Highly refined design characteristics.
- Suitable for pedagogical needs during initial training.
- Offers an effective and economical solution for training.
The AL 50 is provided with generic flight models which replicate aircraft like the Piper PA-38 Tomahawk, Robin DR400 2+2 Dauphin, HR200, Cessna 152, Cessna 172, Cessna 182, M20J, and Socata Trinidad.
The cockpit represents a single pilot cockpit and features the characteristics of a single piston engine airplane. The instructor’s station next to the cockpit enables the instructor to conduct simulations with multiple software menus. The instructor can display and position the aircraft in flight, control weather conditions, simulate breakdowns and access pre-programmed flight sequences.
Orient Flights has also acquired an FLIGHTRiX Simulator which is installed at its office in Mysore.