Our numerical simulation software and the virtual reality view allow the pilot to fly manoeuvres like in a real helicopter.
The motion system, a vibration actuator, and the sound system result in perfect full-body immersion. Simulated wind, turbulence, and reduced visibility are challenges even for experienced pilots.
One simulator is located at Gardermoen Oslo Airport. Here we have placed the simulator in the CAE simulator center.
The second simulator is located in Trondheim at Værnes Airport.
Both simulators are in the immediate vicinity of both the airport and hotels, so that they are easily accessible to our customers.
Yes, you can. We can train your instructors, TRI, TRE and check them out to be able to use this simulator.
You can then rent the simulator to train your own pilots.
Yes, all international customers are welcome to train in our facilities.
Yes, both simulators have hotels within walking distance from the airport to the hotel and from the hotel to the simulator.
Yes, both simulators are EASA approved for LPC/OPC and deliver the best technology within VR technology.
The H125 FSTD represents state of the art VR simulators with incredible graphics and realism. No other H125 simulator gives a 360-degree field of view with the ability to train advanced operations and situations with such realism.
The H125 FSTD represents an Airbus AS350 B3e (H125), which is the most common single-turbine helicopter in its class. The simulator was optimized in cooperation with experts from Airbus Helicopters to provide the pilot with the most realistic flight experience and training effect to enhance flight safety.
From the familiarization to a turbine helicopter to demanding scenario-based training, mountain flying, and emergency exercises, simulation is tailored to the needs of the trainee.
The cockpit is fully functional, and the controls have force feedback to simulate hydraulic system failures or other effects that result in a change of control forces. Together with the high dynamic motion platform, a 3D VR visual system, and a sound system, the pilot dives into a full body immersion.
The seat is an exact replica of the original. It consists of original or full-scale replica seat cushions and 4-point harnesses for rotorcraft. On the H125 model, the seat position is manually adjustable in the longitudinal direction. High-quality materials promise comfort and durability.
The flight controls are the most interactive elements in the simulator and enable the pilot to fly the helicopter accurately. By integrating original parts or true-to-scale replicas of the cyclic, collective, and pedals, the experience feels very authentic.
The Advanced Control Loading System (CLS) gives the pilot force feedback. It provides a flexible framework for the simulation of aircraft control characteristics.
The control behaviour of the flight controls is calibrated and validated using the flight data package. Precise position sensors are used to transfer the real positions of the controls into VR.
Motion cueing is achieved by an electrical, highly dynamic 6 DoF motion system driven by powerful, state-of-the-art industrial motors and controllers driven by highly dynamic control algorithms. This allows the pilot to feel the slightest movement. The cost-effective system design maximizes availability and minimizes maintenance costs due to its lightweight structure and compact design.
It is developed and produced by VRM Switzerland and is characterized by real-time system monitoring, high diagnostic coverage, and redundant sensor technology.
The vibration system is designed with a resonance body to reproduce the typical frequencies that occur in helicopters. While motion cueing is based on the human perception model for optimum motion perception, the vibration cueing system reproduces the original vibration characteristics.
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Note: We offer our programs throughout the year to help aspiring pilots reach their goals, kindly connect with us for your requirement.
Airline Transport Pilot- Program, takes you from zero experience and no previous training, all the way to a fully trained Airline Pilot with the necessary Commercial Pilot License and Multi-Crew courses. Scandinavian Aerospace Academy provides the training in Scandinavian weather which will give you an unforgettable experience. We have chosen the modular method for the ATP-Program and the reason is simple, we do not believe in shortcuts and less training! Modular training in a controlled environment combined with industry experience is the perfect match and optimum training a student pilot can receive. Come and visit us and we’ll tell you more about our training philosophy.
Our instructors are highly qualified and experienced airline pilots. We have one of the highest percentages of airline experience divided amongst our instructors. This is a key factor for ensuring that our programs are up to date, meeting standards and requirements in a changing aviation industry.
Scandinavia, Sweden, is the perfect environment to get the experience you need to become a good Pilot. You will experience hot summers as well as winter operations with low visibility. The weather in Sweden requires prospective pilots to be on their best every time they take flight. Scandinavian weather is often described grey and cold, however for future pilots and training, the climate is exceptional. We strongly believe that the better and more challenging your circumstances are during training prepares you for unforeseen situations that you may encounter as an Airline Pilot on the global market.
International Focus – We have over 30 nationalities performing training with us
Residential Courses – Our campus offers student accommodation in the vicinity of the training center
Focus On People – Flexible and customizable training
Student Dedication – High instructor to student ratio
Career Opportunities – Scandinavian Aerospace Academy is collaborating with airlines
Scandinavian Aerospace Academy is built on a simple principle, for pilots, by pilots. Management is built and led by active industry professionals always striving for a safer and broader perspective when it comes to aviation training. Are you ready for the next step?