Flight simulator PI-135
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Characteristics

Applications
flight
Function
training
Type
PC-based

Description

The ELITE PI-135 Basic ATD is our most afford­able, fully pro­ce­dural sys­tem, which can be used for com­plete startup, flight, and shut­down pro­ce­dures. You can even use the PI-135 to per­form the approaches, hold­ing pro­ce­dures, and intercepting/tracking required under sec­tion 61.57©(1) for recent instru­ment expe­ri­ence (instru­ment cur­rency)! This FAA-Certified Basic ATD sys­tem is approved for the fol­low­ing credits: 2.5 hours toward Private rating 10 hours toward Instrument rating Recency of Flight Experience (RFE) Instrument Our most afford­able, fully pro­ce­dural sys­tem! Built around the ELITE Pro Panel II flight con­sole, the PI-135 can be used for com­plete startup, flight, and shut­down pro­ce­dures. This sys­tem is rec­om­mended for instruc­tors, flight schools, or uni­ver­si­ties that want com­plete pro­ce­dural train­ing capa­bil­i­ties in a mod­er­ate price range. It is also great for intro­duc­ing non-instrument stu­dents to basic air­craft oper­at­ing pro­ce­dures. The Pro Panel is equipped with a Hobbs meter and panel ON/OFF key lock which make it a good choice for flight schools that want to closely mon­i­tor sim use time. The ELITE Basic ATD XTS soft­ware includes the fol­low­ing aircraft: Archer III (17 panel configurations) Arrow IV (17 panel configurations) Baron 58 (13 panel configurations) Bonanza A36 (13 panel configurations) Cessna 172R (17 panel configurations) Cessna 172S (17 panel configurations) Cessna 182S (17 panel configurations) King Air B200 (13 panel configurations) Money M20J (13 panel configurations) Seneca III (13 panel configurations)
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.