FNPT oⅡ Certification of CNFSimulator is keeping on Progress

CNFSimulator.A320 which is made to the highest industry standards have met the requirements to be certified under FNPTⅡ certification. We have designed the CNFSimulator.A320 to meet the expectations of high-end users in the industry by including premium features to the Simulator.

Specially designed instructor seat in the CNFSimulator.A320 can monitor trainee pilots and instruct them in every phase of the flight. Touch screen incorporated for the instructor gives a full overview of the CNFSimulator.A320 including all the vital parameters. It makes the instructing way easier than traditional flight simulators. Four windows: two front windshields and two sliding windows are made with displays that give a depiction of 220 degrees Out The Window (OTW). In order to enhance the effectivity of training, hundreds of runways located around the world with terrain, major city outlines, interstates, rivers, and ocean coastlines are included. A pilot can experience the different flying conditions in different geographic conditions and different elevations.

All the cockpit instruments including, flight, navigation, engine and system instruments are incorporated in to the aircraft cockpit along with associated displays: MCDU, PDF, ND, EWD and SD.

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