The Future of Helionix® Flight Training Devices
Helicopter Flight and Navigation Procedures Trainer (FNPT) II MCC and Flight Training Devices (FTD) powered by the approved Reiser Simulation and Training Level D Full Flight Simulation (FFS) software.
The unique modular and upgradable F-light line trainers open up new opportunities for your individual training needs.
Targeted Fidelity is Key
The F-light line solution offers multiple benefits: Flight schools and helicopter operators can start with an FNPT II, primarily used for ab initio and refresher training, including basic and safety procedures, emergencies, navigation procedures, instrument rating and multi-crew cooperation (MCC). Should your demand expand, you can easily upgrade your FNPT to an FTD – a fixed-base system designed for type-rating and limited checking/testing procedures. The proven full flight simulation software has merely to be adapted to the nature of target device, respectively, to the next qualification level. It is also feasible to use a single device as a reconfigurable FTD and FNPT (for example, alternating weeks, depending on curriculum).
No need to say that the novel approach secures your investment for years to come.
The complete range of our flight training devices is driven by the approved Reiser Simulation and Training full flight simulator software: aerodynamic and engine models, visual and aural cues, etc.
Likewise, the FFS software runs on any of our Instructor Operator Stations (IOS), no matter whether you train on an FNPT, FTD, or on the Reiser Simulation and Training FFSs.
The avionics panel in the trainer is a graphic display, thus being capable of either representing a glass cockpit or analog instruments.
Full-scale replica of the helicopter cockpit
Visual displays: Up to 150° horizontal x 60° vertical field of view
Fully functional graphic displays
Flight controls (actual grips)
High-fidelity flight control panels
Reiser Simulation and Training Level D full flight simulation software: Flight Model, AFCS, environmental scenario, computer generated airborne, ground, naval and human entities, communication, navigation and mission equipment simulation
The initial F-light FTD 2 is based on the popular Airbus Helicopters H135 aircraft.