All of our current and future training programs are listed below. The ones you have purchased access to are marked with with green icon.
It’s day one at Q400 school and you don’t even know where to start with getting to grips with flying this challenging regional turboprop.
We’ve put a REAL, rated and current Dash 8 Q400 pilot from a major airline into the training pilot’s seat inside Flight Simulator. Learn every switch and button inside the flight deck, watch how to fly the aircraft with full airline procedures, check-lists and flows, and learn from our mistakes as we put our rookie simulator pilot through his paces, under instruction from a pilot who flies the Q400 for a living.
Our AVSIM Gold Award winning Q400 Cadet Program is all you need to reallly get to know this challenging yet ultimately rewarding aircraft.
You’ve got to grips with the Q400, but can you fly a VOR approach? Can you fly a raw data NDB into a small island airport when the FMS is broken? What about if you lose an engine as you lift off? What about a fire during the takeoff roll? It’s time to go back to school….
The follow up to our award winning Q400 Cadet Training Program, this course sees the return of our real world Q400 First Officer Josh Harrison. Over 12 pixel-perfect HD videos, Josh shows you how to take your Q400 knowledge and flying ability to the next level as he guides you step by step through some of the most challenging scenarios that real world Dash 8 pilots have to master. Thanks to the Airline2Sim Q400 First Officer Training Program and the amazing Majestic Dash 8 Q400 – you can too!
The Boeing 777 is the wide-body that changed aviation and brought long haul on just two engines to the world. PMDG recreated this amazing twin-jet down to the last screw and nut so there’s only one way to really learn how to fly it – from someone who did it for real! We’ve got a veteran 777 Captain with a 36 year long career from a US major to show you the ropes!
Over 24 pin sharp HD videos totaling almost 20 hours, we take you on a journey that spans the globe and takes in some of the most challenging aspects of flying the 777. From the shimmering blue seas and volcanoes of Hawaii to the thick fog of a Munich winter, monsoon storms in Hong Kong, blowing sands of Doha to the twinkling lights of a warm San Francisco evening, you’ll see how to fly the 777 to a huge variety of destinations.
From your first takeoff and engine start to flight planning, fuel burn, long and short haul, we will take you from the shortest scheduled 777 flight in Hawaii which lands on a tiny runway to one of the longest that spans the globe and ends with a tricky visual circle to land maneuver. Every 777 operating procedure is covered, along with shooting RNAV procedures, ILS approaches, go-arounds, noise abatement, FMC programming, performance planning and more, this is simply the ultimate resource for 777 fans.
Episodes that are grayed out are currently in post-production and are scheduled to be released on the date shown. Scheduled dates may be subject to delays of up to 24 hours due to the encoding process for longer episodes.
Ok so you’ve got your head around the Boeing 777. You get that VNAV PTH is good, you understand why HOLD means you can grab those thrust levers and you’re all over the FMC drag factor. You’ve nailed that tricky Quiet Bridge Visual into San Fran. So what’s next?
Well, it’s time to go long haul. The longest of long hauls almost, as we fly from Dubai to Newark, New Jersey and cross over Iran, Central Asia and Europe before getting our Oceanic clearance to cross the Atlantic. Watch and learn all about ETOPS and the Track system as we do everything to ensure that if things go bad in the middle of a chilly night in the North Atlantic we won’t end up sleeping with the fishes. As our marathon 15 hour flight comes to a close into New York, we enter some of the busiest airspace in the world for a challenging RNP RNAV approach into Newark where our flying will have to be very precise indeed to keep ATC from yelling at us. Estimated release – TBC.
The 717 was overshadowed by its 737 big brother and the Airbus A320 family, but it’s perfect for short hops. We’ve got a real world 717 pilot and instructor from 717 operator to show you how to handle this quirky little twin-jet with its McDonell Douglas glass flight deck to a variety of challenging Southern European destinations including Skiathos, Samos and Mykonos in Greece as well as Dubrovnik and Spilt in Croatia.
Estimated Release – Summer 2018.
You’ve learned how to fly the Q400, now let’s teach you to stay alive when the hydraulics have failed, the gear won’t extend and there’s an electrical fire.
A European wonder of electronic trickery, the Airbus A320 is a technological marvel. Learn how to fly it with a Senior Airbus Captain as we tackle challenging destinations all across Europe. Estimated Release – Winter 2018.