Professional Helicopter Simulator
The Platinum Simulators Professional Helicopter Simulator is a two-seat, side-by-side cockpit with dual controls providing hands-on instruction for hovering and all flight maneuvering. A complete instrument panel is provided for visual and instrument training.
The Platinum Simulators Professional Helicopter Simulator allows pilots to spend more time flying to maintain and enhance their proficiency without using expensive helicopter flight time.
The affordability of the Platinum Simulators Professional Helicopter Simulator makes it available to more helicopter operations worldwide.
Instrumentation is displayed full-size on an LCD monitor.
All switches and controls are hard-mounted and replicate the size, shape, color and location of those in the real aircraft.
The 280º visual "out the window" display system offers the most immersive flight environment of any FTD.
The software provides an accurate flight-model including translational lift, ground effect, torque, auto-rotation, etc.
Flight models match the V numbers in the pilot's operating handbook (POH) for each aircraft.
Over 25,000 airports and all navigation aids are available.
Standard and user-definable VFR and IFR weather conditions are included.
As a standard feature customers can select instrument panels configured to replicate MD, Bell, Robinson, Enstrom and Schweizer model helicopters. Custom panels and cockpits are available at additional cost.
The entire helicopter simulator is supplied in an 18’ mobile classroom as a totally self-contained system, which eliminates the need for installation space.
Enhance the quality of aircraft training time by completely understanding concepts and developing significant flying skills before entering the helicopter.
At check-ride students are more proficient, more knowledgeable, and possess better skills.
Enhance safety - Allowing students to learn safe operations and make mistakes in a completely safe environment.
Enable year-round training operations. Many schools in areas with harsh winters slow to a crawl or close down part of the year. Simulators allow training and proficiency practice to continue year-round.