Built for Safety
What Advantage do we offer?
- Attractive Pricepoint
- Effective cost saving oppurtunities
- Accurate EPIC PRIMUS MFD and PFD
- Key Centre-Console Instruments
- Type-specific controls
- CASA Category B Accreditation
- 20 of 40 hours for instrument rating
- 2 of the 3 hours every 90 days for recency and concurrent training
- DOME scenery compatibility for increased immersion
- Optional NVG compatibility for advanced training
- Small footprint – single user platform to full cockpit
CASA FSD2Cat B Accreditation
- Initial Issue:
o 20 hours instrument time
o DME or GPS arrival
o 15 hours cross country time
o Two hours (of the three) instrument time requirements in 90 days
o NDB, VOR, ILS, LLZ, GPS/NPA, DME or GPS arrival.
o One hour instrument time in 90 days for single Pilot recent experience requirements.
o NDB, VOR, ILS, LLZ, GPS/NPA
- Flight Crew Licensing Credits:
o Instrument ground time
o Aeronautical experience
o Regular Flight Reviews
DOME, NVG, Force Trim, Force Feedback
The Augusta Westland 139 (Leonardo AW139) is fast becoming the rising star of the helicopter world due to its sheer versatility – yet as we looked around there was a clear absence of high quality trainers at an affordable price. So we introduced the GeoSim AW139 Trainer, a high-fidelity trainer with accurate reproductions of the EPIC PRIMUS PFD and MFD featuring many important functions that you would find on the real units.
At GeoSim Technologies we believe quality training is key so we have also accurately recreated many of the instruments you’d expect to find such as the RIC, Flight Director, NavCom and Fuel, Misc, Audio, PMS panels. Our unit also features immersive AW139 replica controls modelled off the real aircraft. The GeoSim AW139 pedals, collectives with AW139 collective heads and our NEW force trim system are perfect to gain the attention of the pilot and keep them immersed. For unparalleled immersion we offer a range of DOME Scenery Presentation Systems including our 2.3 meter 180°, 3 meter 240° and 4 meter 270° wrap-around screens with vertical curvature to maximise peripheral view – an essential for helicopter simulation.