Diamond DA42 Simulator

Boeing B737 Simulator

Cessna 172 Simulator

Fully Immersive Flight Simulator

ALSIM Diamond DA42 Flight Simulator

The Alsim AL42 is a hi-tech super-realistic flight simulator. It directly replicates the cockpit and controls of the Diamond DA42 twin engine aircraft.

The AL42 complies with Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating (MECIR) requirements. It enables students to become familiar with the aircraft behaviour patterns, procedures and systems whilst still on the ground.

Flight Experience

Boeing B737 Flight Simulator

Flight Experience Melbourne use state-of-the-art, professional flight simulators based on the Boeing 737-800 airliner. It includes high-fidelity, real-size cockpits with accurate and fully-functional aircraft controls, instrumentation and systems.

Certified and endorsed by Boeing itself, the simulators are used world-wide for pilot training and provide a fully immersive experience.

TRC Cessna 172 Flight Simulator

The TRC Cessna 172 flight simulator is so realistic that you will actually think you are sitting in the cockpit of a Cessna 172 Skyhawk.

Every detail is precisely reproduced to exact dimensions, including the doors, windshield, seats and Garmin G1000 glass cockpit panel, creating the most realistic representation of the actual aircraft as possible.


Fully Immersive Flight Simulator

Learn To Fly continues to lead the way in providing the latest in-flight training technology, with our fully immersive custom-built triple screen Flight Simulator. Realistic controls and instrumentation coupled with accurate aircraft performance make this simulator a valuable training resource. Save time and money by perfecting your skills in a range of scenarios before performing them in a real aircraft.

The setup includes TQ6 PLUS throttle controls with reverse, feather and cutoff functions as well as Hall Effect Ruddo PLUS rudder pedals with pressure-sensitive differential brake controls, both from Virtual-Fly. You can also utilise glass cockpit avionics including the Garmin G5 instrument display and G430 navigational display from RealSim Gear.

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