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GTA gets certification for a Simloc JET-TYPE FNPT II MCC simulator

The Spanich State Aviation Safety Agency (AESA) has just certified a generic MCC Jet simulator at the Global Training Aviation (GTA) Madrid facilities, delivered by Simloc.

Designed as the real cockpit with its functionalities, this high fidelity device is a FBS (Fixed Base Simulator) type A320, for the education and training of pilots, with hardware and software manufactured and developed by Simloc.

Its specifications include a replica cockpit and a Direct View visual system with a FOV 210º H x 45º V, which has a parallax of less than 10º to allow quality training for MCC.


Its software, based on flight tests, together with the force control system of the control sidesticks (Control Loading System - CLS) allows its flight behavior to be faithful to that of the real airplane.

With this certification, GTA's training capacity will be expanded and improved covering these modalities: Airbus cabin familiarization, company access tests, IR training (RNAV, PBN, etc.), MCC APS, TEM / CRM / EBT courses or MPL programs.



“The certification of this simulator is a new milestone for Simloc”, declares Carlos Pérez, CEO of the company. "This device will strengthen the GTA training offer, focused on future pilots seeking MCC or Jet training, with the best quality standards and with the best simulation tool of this type available on the market."