Current EASA Flight Simulation Regulations

March 26, 2018 / Comments (1)

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European Aviation Safety Agency
Certification Specifications for Aeroplane Flight Simulation Training Devices:

(b) ‘Full flight simulator (FFS)’ means a full size replica of a specific type or make, model and series aircraft flight deck/cockpit, including the assemblage of all equipment and computer programmes necessary to represent the aeroplane in ground and flight operations, a visual system providing an out of the flight deck/cockpit view, and a force cueing motion system. It is in compliance with the minimum standards for FFS qualification. (c) ‘Flight training device (FTD)’ means a full size replica of a specific aircraft type’s instruments, equipment, panels and controls in an open flight deck/cockpit area or an enclosed aircraft flight deck/cockpit, including the assemblage of equipment and computer software programmes necessary to represent the aircraft in ground and flight conditions to the extent of the systems installed in the device. It does not require a force cueing motion or visual system. It is in compliance with the minimum standards for a specific FTD level of qualification. (d) ‘Flight and navigation procedures trainer (FNPT)’ means a training device which represents the flight deck/cockpit environment including the assemblage of equipment and computer programmes necessary to represent an aircraft or class of aeroplane in flight operations to the extent that the systems appear to function as in an aircraft. It is in compliance with the minimum standards for a specific FNPT level of qualification. (e) ‘Basic instrument training device (BITD)’ means a ground-based training device which represents the student pilot’s station of a class of aeroplanes. It may use screen based instrument panels and spring loaded flight controls, providing a training platform for at least the procedural aspects of instrument flight. (f) ‘Other training device (OTD)’ means a training aid other than an FSTD which provides for training where a complete flight deck/cockpit environment is not necessary.

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  1. Alfredo Schäfer says:

    I find it excellent, I would like to use them.

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