Cirrus Flight Simulator Training at Nassau Flyers
If you’re a aspiring pilot, or a seasoned veteran looking to improve your skills, Nassau Flyers is the place for you. As the only Cirrus Platinum Training Center on Long Island, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality flight training experience for all our students. Our state-of-the-art FAA approved Cirrus Flight Simulator is the perfect tool for enhancing your flight training, and we’re proud to offer it at our convenient location at Republic Airport in Farmingdale, New York.
– The industry’s most accurate Cirrus Garmin Perspective+ simulation
– Cirrus aircraft-specific hardware, precise flight model, and realistic visuals
– FAA-approved AATD Flight Simulator & Instructors
– Log Single Engine Airplane time for all certificates
– FAA approved to accomplish and maintain IFR currency requirements
– Complete majority of BFR and IPC
– Reduce flight training costs
Safe and Controlled Environment
One of the biggest benefits of using a flight simulator during flight training is the safe and controlled environment it provides. In a simulator, pilots can try out new maneuvers and procedures without risking the safety of themselves or their passengers. This allows pilots to push the limits of their skills and learn from their mistakes in a low-risk setting. By practicing in a simulator, pilots can become more confident in their abilities and better prepared for real-life situations.
Flight training can be a significant expense, both in terms of the cost of the aircraft and the time and fuel required to fly. Simulators, on the other hand, are much less expensive to operate, making them a cost-effective solution for training pilots. This is especially useful for pilots who are just starting out and may not have access to a real aircraft. With a simulator, students can receive comprehensive training without incurring the high costs associated with real-life flight training.
Modern flight simulators are incredibly realistic, providing pilots with a highly accurate representation of what it’s like to fly a real aircraft. This allows pilots to get a feel for the controls, instruments, and procedures of a particular aircraft, giving them a head start when they eventually fly the real thing. With the latest technology and advanced software, our Cirrus SR20 Flight Simulator provides an immersive experience that accurately replicates the real-life sensation of flying. This realism helps students to become more comfortable with their abilities and better prepared for real-life situations.
Emergency Procedure Training
Emergency situations are one of the most challenging aspects of flying, and they can be difficult and dangerous to practice in a real aircraft. Simulators provide a safe and controlled environment for pilots to learn and practice emergency procedures, such as engine failure or CAPS (Cirrus Airframe Parachute System) scenarios. This can help pilots to be better prepared to handle these situations if they ever arise in real life. By practicing in a simulator, pilots can become more confident in their ability to handle emergency situations and better prepared for real-life scenarios.
Flexibility and Customization
Simulators are also highly flexible, allowing pilots to practice a wide range of scenarios and conditions. For example, pilots can practice flying in different weather conditions, at different times of day, and in different locations around the world. This flexibility allows pilots to get a well-rounded education and prepare for a variety of different flying situations. Additionally, the software and controls of the simulator can be customized to fit the specific needs and goals of each student, ensuring that each individual receives the training that is right for them.
At Nassau Flyers, we believe in the power of flight simulator training to enhance the skills and abilities of Cirrus pilots. We offer a range of Simulator training sessions and programs for the student pilot all the way up to the experienced pilot and even courses for frequent passengers who wish to demystify flying and help out in the cockpit.