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The ultimate flight simulation experience

I work with flight sim enthusiasts of all levels to bring their flight simulation experience to the next level.

Maybe you just purchased your first flight simulator and need someone to walk you through the basics.

Or perhaps you’ve been flying for hundreds of hours, and want to know how make your sim experience even more realistic.

At some point, you may want to connect to an online ATC (air traffic control) network. For many people, this can be quite intimidating. I can help by walking you through every step of the process so that there is nothing to fear, whether you fly on PilotEdge, VATSIM, or IVAO, and provide individualized training, following the network’s training syllabus.

We can train in any aircraft that you choose and at any airport in the world.

No longer do you need to spend hours reading confusing tutorials and watching endless YouTube videos. You will have a patient, experienced instructor by your side to help you achieve mastery of your simulation experience. In just one session, you will likely learn much more than you could have with many days of self-study.

Finally, if you have ever dreamed of taking flight lessons in real life but the cost has held you back, now is your chance! I offer this training at a fraction of the cost of real-world flight lessons.

Example training goals

  • Follow my actual flight training syllabus (private pilot, instrument, commercial, etc.) as if you are a real life flight student, at a tiny fraction of the cost of real-world flight lessons
  • Learn how to talk to Air Traffic Control
  • Practice simulated multi-pilot crew operations
  • Practice emergency procedures
  • If you just purchased a new flight sim add-on, get guidance in learning to fly your new aircraft
  • Get guidance flying in/out of the world’s most challenging airports
Basic coaching can be offered for a variety of aircraft, including the Boeing 737 and Embraer 170/190 aircraft