ALSIM Flight Training Solutions. FSTD Certification


Qualification Process.

The Flight trainer is equipped with software which allows a trouble-free running and re-running of all the different tests as stipulated by the JAR-FSTD A and FAR PART 63, 141, 142 (Qualification Test Guide).
The software enables the automatic launching of tests as well as the visualisation and printing out of all resulting curves.
The system is easy to use; it shows tolerance discrepancies, which might occur during recurrent evaluations.
Alsim assists you during the 1rst certification evaluation with the local aviation authorities. If required, support is provided for recurrent assessments as well.
JAR

Four QTGs are delivered with the device :

    single piston engine flight model
    complex single piston engine flight model
    twin piston engine flight model
    light jet flight model

Credit hours according to the JAR FCL :

    PPL : 5 hours
    CPL : 5 hours
    IR : 40 hours
    MCC course : 20 hours

These credit hours can be added up in case flight trainers are certifed under both configurations.
FAR

The ALX FTD is compliant with FAR as an AATD with the following credit of hours specially for the part 141 training centers.

Credit hours according to the FAR :

    PPL : 5,25 hours out of the 35 hours
    CPL : 24 hours out of the 120 hours
    IR : 14 hours out 35 hours

08/07/2013


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