Twin Engine G1000 Flight Simulator

The Flight Simulator Twin Engine G1000 Flight Simulator is a great training device for the experience pilots looking to get more proficiency to fly the Twin engine aircraft, the Unit is built to provide an accurate Twin G1000 flight deck with a custom-made twin-engine pedestal that let the pilot perform all basic and complex maneuvers to get more proficiency and confident in operating a twin engine G1000 aircraft.

The Simulator provide a top-of-the-line visual system that include three 55-inch 4k tv that provide an immersive 180 degree which help the pilot in maneuvers, procedures and failures

The Twin Flight Simulator built in a unique way to allow the student pilot go from private single engine training into multi engine training and have the option to use it as a single engine as well, our custom-made software provide several profile configurations to make the change easy and also let the pilot understand the difference between flying a single engine and twin.

The Flight Simulator Twin Engine G1000 Flight Simulator comes with an operating station which include a 22-inch touch screen monitor and keyboard and mouse. The instructor unit is separate from the flight simulator deck and allow the instructor/user to operate the system from our custom

  • Turn on/off the system
  • Perform system updates and maintenance check
  • Operate the system
  • Restart Session
  • Pause Session
  • Change Airplane Session
  • Simulate an ATC
  • Create a malfunction before and during flight
  • Create a total system failure or/on a certain rule
  • Create or change the weather
  • Force CAT weather for IFR
  • Change airplane location and/or airport
  • Manipulate airplane altitude, direction and speed
  • Change payload and fuel
  • Change the local time
  • Create a flight plane
  • Record and review flight performance

The Unit is built with the most reliable custom design control boards, I/O boards, communicator software and self-test system. The unit is control and operate from a one single professional flight simulator computer, all of the monitors, input devices (for operating station), sound system and visual system are direct connected to the professional computer. All of the unit avionics and control are communicated with the professional computer via USB 3.0 controller boards which are connected to a reliable and stable USB powered hub. After the system is power on and operating software is loaded all the control boards, I/O boards and communicator software being tested and check



  • Engine start
  • Taxi and brake operation


  • Run-up and powerplant checks
  • Acceleration characteristics
  • Nose wheel and rudder steering
  • Effect of crosswind
  • Instrument
  • Flap operation
  • Landing gear operation (if retractable)

In-Flight Operations

  • Climb Normal and max. performance
  • Cruise Correct performance characteristics (speed vs. power)
  • Normal and steep turns
  • Approach to stalls, (i.e. stall warning), stalls. Execute from takeoff
    cruise, and approach and landing configurations.
  • Fuel selector function


  • Normal (with & without flaps)
  • Best glide no power
  • Landings

Instrument Approaches

  • Nonprecision
  • GPS and LPV
  • GPS WAAS (optional)
  • Approach procedures (VOR, VOR/DME, LOC procedures on an ILS,

Functions and Maneuvers

  • Precision
  • ILS
  • Effects of Crosswind
  • Missed Approach
  • Normal
  • Surface Operations (Post Landing)
  • Approach and landing roll
  • Braking operation

Any Flight Phase

  • Airplane and Power Plant Systems
  • Electrical, mechanical, or hydraulic
  • Flaps
  • Fuel selector and oil temp/pressure
  • Landing gear (if applicable)

Flight Management and Guidance Systems

  • Two axis auto pilot (if standard equipment)
  • Flight director and system displays (if installed)
  • Navigation systems and optional display configurations
  • Stall warning systems avoidance

Airborne Procedures

  • Holding
  • Uncoordinated turns – slipping and skidding demo
  • Configuration and power changes and resulting pitch changes
  • Compass turns and appropriate errors
  • Simulated Turbulence in Flight (light, moderate, severe)

Parking and Engine Shutdown

  • Systems operation
  • Parking brake operation (if installed)
  • Can simulate engine failure, including failures due
    to simulated loss of oil pressure or fuel starvation.

Can simulate the following equipment or system failures

  • Alternator or generator failure.
  • Vacuum pump/pressure failure and associated flight instrument failures.
  • Gyroscopic flight instrument failures.
  • Pitot/static system malfunction and associated flight instrument failures.
  • Electronic flight deck display malfunctions.
  • Landing gear (if retractable) or flap malfunctions

Independent Instructor Station Requirements

  • Displays published airways and holding patterns.
  • Displays airplane position and track.
  • Displays airplane altitude and speed.
  • Displays NAVAIDs and airports.
  • Can record and replay airplane ground track history for entire training session.
  • Can invoke instrument or equipment failures.

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Van Nuys, CA 91406

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