Simtech Aviation is an industry leader in aviation training for both student pilots and airlines. As an EASA approved FTO, we have a proven track record for delivering world-class training in our purpose-built aviation training centre located next to Dublin Airport. Our instructors are some of the most experienced in the industry and deliver our courses in our well-equipped classrooms and on our fleet of aircraft simulators.
Simtech Aviation’s instructors are some of the most experienced and qualified within the aviation industry. All of our instructors are IAA approved professional pilots who have logged a huge amount of flight time and are eager to pass on their learnings to the next generation of pilots. In addition, they have a wealth of experience in helping students prepare for the airline interview and assessment process.
Simtech Aviation has a team of highly skilled and experienced simulator engineers who are responsible for ensuring that each of the simulators are maintained to the highest standards and comply with all regulatory requirements.
We house a fleet of Fixed-base and Full-motion Flight Training Devices in our purpose built, state of the art facility. With over 20,000 square feet available at the Simtech Aviation facility located next to Dublin Airport; the entire building has been designed from the ground up to provide a bespoke, convenient and a best-in-class learning environment for aviation professionals.
All our training is led by experienced and dedicated instructors. We provide cutting-edge training facilities with fully equipped classrooms and break out areas for crews. Our courses are recognised as leaders in the market, and we pride ourselves on our ability to produce the best in aviation talent.
At Simtech, our reach is global and our reputation for quality is proven. We train and provide pilots to some of the world’s biggest airlines and complete simulator-based training for modular and integrated students from around the globe.
We house Fixed Base and Full Motion Simulated Training Devices in our purpose built, state of the art facility. With over 20,000 square feet available at the Simtech facility, conveniently located next to Dublin Airport; the entire building has been designed from the ground up to maximise your learning, comfort and flexibility.
The new addition to the Simtech range, the MPS 737-800 FTD-1, features simulated FMS and full autopilot, flight director and autothrottle and all aircraft systems (hydraulics, pneumatics, and electrics).
The MPS FTD-1 simulator is a full replica flight deck of the Boeing 737-800 with all the bells and whistles to put you in the front seat of your flight training.
737-800 Fixed-base simulator
The B737 was launched in 1968 and is considered a short to medium range commercial aircraft. With over 5000 delivered aircraft, it is easily the most popular commercial airliner in the world. It is estimated that 1250 B737 aircraft are in the air at any one time.
The Boeing B737-800 FNPT II MCC is a “state of the art” and high functional (Fixed-base) simulator. With the FSTD qualification by Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), the device is applicable to several pilot pieces of training now.
A320 Full-flight simulator
The A320 is a short to medium range commercial aircraft manufactured by Airbus. Introduced to the market on the 28th March 1988, pioneering the Fly-by-wire Flight Control Systems in a commercial aircraft. As of today, over 3000 of these aircraft have been built making it the second most popular commercial aircraft in the world.
The CAE-built Airbus A320 Full Flight simulator is EASA FSTD Level D certified.
BAE-146 – AVRO RJ Full-flight simulator
The British Aerospace Avro RJ is a short-haul airliner and a regional airliner. The Avro RJ is a high-wing cantilever monoplane with a T-tail. It has four turbofan engines mounted on pylons underneath the wings and has retractable tricycle landing gear.
The Reflectone-built BAE-146 Avro RJ Full Flight Training Device is EASA certified BG under CAP 453.
ATR 72-500 Full-flight simulator
ATR 72 is a twin-engine turboprop, short-haul regional airliner developed and produced in France and Italy by aircraft manufacturer ATR. The number “72” in its name is derived from the aircraft’s standard seating configuration in a passenger-carrying configuration, which could seat 72–78 passengers in a single-class arrangement.
The Mechtronix-built ATR 72-500 Full Flight Training Device is EASA FSTD Level D certified.
Generic Single Aisle Twin Commercial Aircraft (XJ) Fixed-base simulator
The XJ Trainer, configured as a generic commercial narrow-body commercial aircraft, is used to train students for multi-crew cooperation and jet transition in a modern jet cockpit environment.
The Mechtronix-built device is certified FNPT II by the Irish Aviation Authority.
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