Virtual Flight Deck (VFD)

The Virtual Flight Deck (VFD) is a full simulation of your aircraft’s specific flight deck brought to life on a PC. With the VFD, pilots can view and operate all panels, controls, indicators, and displays within the flight deck.

Applications & Use:

  • Flight Crew Training:
    • Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
    • Instructor led system review classroom training
  • Flight Procedures:
    • Normal
    • Non-normal/Emergency
  • Individual self-paced practice & familiarization
  • FFS briefing tool
  • Description
  • Aircraft
  • Specs
  • Features
  • Slideshow

For Instructor-led Training and Individual Self-paced Learning

The VFD provides real-time interaction with every system in a free-play training environment for pilots and maintenance technicians. Trainees can master preflight checks, automated flight, takeoff, climb, cruise, as well as non-normal and emergency procedures. System simulation includes electrical, fuel, hydraulics, pneumatics, and more.

Each system is fully integrated in the flight deck and has complete interaction with other systems. Maintenance aspects of the software range from malfunctions and diagnostics to simulation of the avionics bay and external aircraft components. Active system schematics are available for most aircraft types.

  • A319/A320
  • A330
  • B717
  • B737-300
  • B737-700/-800
  • B747-200/-400
  • B757-200
  • B767-300
  • B777-200
  • B787-8
  • CRJ200/700
  • CL605
  • Dash 8-200
  • DC9

  Minimum PC Requirements:

  • Processor: Any PC Intel compatible processor purchased in the last 3 years
  • Memory*: 2 GB RAM for Windows XP, 3 GB RAM for Windows Vista, 4 GB RAM on Windows 7
  • Video card**: Capable of supporting OpenGL
  • Hard Drive***: 4 GB available
  • Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/Windows
  • Deployed via USB Drive or CD-ROM
  • Standard/custom aircraft avionics options and configuration
  • High-fidelity free-play environment
  • Maintenance functions
  • Active System Schematics
  • SNAPSHOT
  • Single or dual screen configuration
  • Lesson Plan Editor (LPE) for courseware development
  • Ability to load aircraft navigation database & updates
  • Optional 3D Simulated Aircraft Hardware (SAH)
  • Malfunctions for non-normal and emergency procedures
  • Single or dual screen configuration
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