BEECH B1900: 1 Hour TWIN ENGINE FLIGHT SIMULATOR Rental.
***No es necesario ningún conocimiento previo de aviación.
***Edad mínima para pilotarlo 10 años.
In order to book the session it is important to contact Aeroteca (email@example.com) to schedule the date and time the session will take place.
What is the Beechcraft B1900?
The Beechcraft B1900D is a twin engine turbopropeller that cruises at 280 knots with a flight ceiling of 25.000 feet. Takes up to 19 passengers.
This static simulator represents the cockpit of a Beechcraft B1900D aircraft.
The B1900D works with a software, a hardware and the crew:
... the software is based in the X-Plane flight simulator that is constantly evolving since 2016. It includes over 20.800 airports around the world. It offers HD photorealistic sceneries of the Iberian peninsula, Balearic Islands and Canary Islands. The autogen is based on OpeStreet Maps. Urban and industrial areas, roads, railroads, powerlines... are located as the real world.
... the hardware is composed by a set of instruments, flight controls and interior elements manufactured by different worldwide flight simulation companies. The cockpit structure was built by Aeroteca. 3 HD IPS screens placed in 150º will give the external view.
... the crew is composed by an instructor or supervisor that makes sure the continuity of the session, and you as the user. There are 2 extra seats for any companions.
Who may use the B1900 flight simulator?
The B1900 flight simulator is focused to entertainment and virtual pilot training interested in twin engine aircrafts. It is ideal for VFR and IFR flights.
The B1900 flight simulator offers total immersion and is a perfect element for:
............ pilots who want to make a refresher,
............ non-official trainig,
............ all level virtual pilots,
............ moreover, the B1900 is a perfect simulator for any person with no aviation or flying knowledge who is curious, who wants to learn, who wants to make a present, someone who has fear to fly...
*The B1900 is not official and does not pretend to be an official training device for flight crews.