Loss Of Control In-flight (LOC-I) is the top aviation safety issue. Conventional pilot training using conventional simulators fails to prepare pilots to successfully recover from an Upset, LOC-I, or CFIT situation. Other safety of flight issues such as hypoxia, rapid decompression, spatial disorientation, situational awareness, water survival are primarily academic discussions and a sign off in a log book. We offer realistic hands on training by placing pilots and crew in authentic training environments.
- Pilots will learn, then practice new Upset Prevention and Recovery techniques while flying the GL-2000 (up to 2.5 sustained G's, upright & inverted).
- Pilots and cabin crew can experience the effects of hypoxia and rapid decompression in our FAA approved Altitude Chamber.
- Pilots will experience, learn to recognize, and fly through the effects of a spatial disorientation episode.
- Pilots will learn to prevent and overcome loss of situational awareness.
- Fixed Wing and Helicopter pilots and crew will learn in water basic skills for cockpit egress and water survival techniques.