Simulator Flight Training
Simulator Flight Training at Sport Aviation Center provides guidance on setting up a flight simulator training program and unbiased comparisons of available programs, hardware and available aircraft.
Flight Simulator Program
Choosing a flight simulator program is your first step in virtual aviation. This decision should be based on four primary factors:
- airplane you want to train in
- your computer skills
- flexibility in design of aircraft
- Terrain and landmark realism
Flight Simulator Aircraft
We are going to cover the full array of aircraft available – from the light-sport to the supersonic. We’ll take a look at what is available from the Microsoft Flight Simulator X and X-Plane programs.
Learn how to set up, configure, use and optimize the systems. I’m going to share the common sense stuff that is not included in the manuals, plus some tips and tricks that can make it easier for you.
Image and Video Gallery
Images and videos for simulation flight training and ground school utilizing Microsoft Flight Simulator X, Laminar Research X-Plane, and Google Earth flight simulator airplanes.
MGL iEFIS Glass Panel
MGL iEFIS Discovery, Explorer and Challenger – Learn how to set up MGL iEFIS Electronic Flight Instrument System (Glass cockpit) simulator on your home computer for the aircraft you fly.