Flight Simulator

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Flight Simulator

Who should attend

Pilot license holder, for professional practice 

On request English
1 hour – HKD500 
2 hours – HKD800 
3 hours – HKD1,000
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Flight Simulator

The Aviation Academy has installed an advanced flight simulator to provide participants with a realistic simulation of flight experience, and it is now available to professional pilots for practices of cockpit procedures. 


Modelled on a twin-engine airliner cockpit of 1:1 measured dimension, the simulator is equipped with full-function control knobs on the glare shield and touch-screen switches on the main instrument and pedestal panel, all capable of operation of different flight modes and most aircraft systems. Faults and malfunctions can be generated or pre-programmed during different phases of the exercise. Various weather conditions can be projected onto the wide-scope super HD screens to create realistic visual effects with synchronised geographical positions. In addition to auto-pilot, manual flying is practicable by side-stick and rudder pedal around three axes.


Technical staff will be present throughout the session, assisting the participants to generate or load pre-programmed visual effects of various weather conditions, system malfunctions and selected abnormal/emergency scenarios.


The flight simulator is now available to one or two pilots at any timeslot during 09:00 – 18:00 daily except Sundays and Public Holidays. Interested parties please complete and submit the online application form by clicking “Enrol Now”. The Aviation Academy will contact you in 14 working days for a detailed arrangement. For enquiry, please send an email to FTE@hkiaaAcademy.com.



Flight Simulator is equipped with:

1.jpg A wide scope of super HD display with a main 98-inch display and two side 55-inch displays 
2.jpg An EFIS glareshield with full-function control knobs on Primary Flight Display (x2), Navigation Display (x2) and Upper and Lower Display Unit
3.jpg An overhead panel containing touch-screen system push buttons and switches to signal the system functions and associated indications  
4.jpg Touch-screen instruments on the Flight Management System (x2) and Pedestal panels

Other instruments include: 


Up-to-date navigation database of selected aerodromes and associated instrument procedures on two iPads


Two side stick controls on two axes

  • Two movable pilot seats
  • System generated synthetic audio calls, caution, and warning with associated indications

Various scenario simulations:


Aircraft take-off and landing


System malfunctions


Weather conditions


  • Pilots are recommended to bring their own Quick Reference Handbook and checklist