Simulators are now available for rental in blocks or for unlimited use! Lowest cost simulator rentals in the Boston Area!
Six simulators are available onsite including Elite “steam gauge” panel with Garmin 430W and Redbird “glass gauge” panel with Garmin 1000. Both are FAA approved simulators.
REDBIRD G1000 Simulator is now available for rental and/or instruction. Master the G1000 “knobology”. Log towards Private or Instrument training requirements or use to maintain instrument currency.
ELITE Single and Multi-Engine Simulator is now available for rental and/or instruction. Now includes Garmin 430 WAAS. Master the Garmin 430/530 “knobology”. Log towards Private or Instrument training requirements or use to maintain instrument currency in single or multi-engine aircraft.
“Simulator to Solo” and “Simulator Ground School” courses also offered in Fall of 2014. Email us for additional information. Simulator to Solo offers a progression of simulator lessons to complement the solo requirements of the Private Pilot syllabus. Simulator Ground School incorporates simulator training with ground school geared towards passing the FAA Private, Instrument, Commercial written tests.
Student Pilots working on Private Pilot tasks? Practice all of the flight maneuvers required for the Private Pilot Practical Test at a fraction of the cost of an airplane.
Private or Commercial needing to brush up? Don't wait for the BFR to practice! Use the simulator to brush up on your skills.
Flying cross-country somewhere new or to an unfamiliar field? Fly your trip in advance. Flying IFR? Fly the various IFR approaches at your destination and be prepared.
IFR? Practice your approaches before you fly. Always staying current on your minimum approaches by practicing the same Lawrence/Beverly/Bedford approaches? Try some other New England approaches and see if staying current on the local approaches is really enough. Need something more challenging? Try some mountain IFR approaches to minimums. Ask about our progressive currency program for year-round IFR currency.
Instructor? Use the simulator for additional "ground" instruction for your students. No more hand-held miniature airplane as the prop. The simulator is the best "prop" for explaining aviation concepts.
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