Learn 1-on-1 from real-world pilots
At Flight Sim Coach, we help flight sim enthusiasts and real-world pilots bring their skills to the next level.
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.
“I have made major breakthroughs running those drills you sent over in the past few days. I can’t tell you how excited I am to be working with you. I have made more progress in a few short lessons than I have in the last ten years. The best educational experience I’ve ever had.”
Just imagine the possibilities!
Our instructors specialize in offering custom coaching (on an hourly basis) to fit your unique needs. However, some common training goals our clients have include:
- Follow an 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 so you can fly on VATSIM, PilotEdge, or IVAO with complete confidence
- Fly with a real-life Boeing 787 pilot and simulate multi-pilot crew operations
- Practice challenging V1 cuts and CAT III approaches as if you were an airline pilot training in a Level D simulator.
- Get help using your latest flight simulator add-ons
- Learn how to takeoff and land at the world’s most challenging airports
Get your Virtual Type Rating
For the ultimate simulation enthusiast experience, we even offer a virtual type rating training plan with our experienced airline pilots.
Highly Experienced Airline Pilots
Our professional instructors average over 4000 hours of real-world flying experience. They are flight simulation experts who will teach you the secrets of using your sim to become a competent and safe pilot.
They bring a wide range of expertise to your fingertips—including in aircraft such as Cirrus, corporate jets, airliners, helicopters, and more.
Don’t have a sim yet? Need technical support?
No problem! We offer technical support to help you put together the ideal home simulator to match your aircraft and its avionics. We have extensive expertise in flight simulator hardware and software to help you optimize your setup.
Not ready to jump into an airliner?
Our instructors are also qualified to instruct you in basic general aviation flight operations.
What Our Clients Say
"A quick note to let you know that Chris is a GREAT partner to have in this coaching enterprise. He was able to take someone that had not been in a real cockpit for over 20 yrs and was only semi-computer literate and get them programming the GL1000 and auto piloting it. The GL1000 is really a very complex device and of course four sessions only touches the surface, but it was well coached and I am able to navigate basic functions on it that result in successful flights."
"I started flight training for my IR in the summer of 2020. Before getting into the cockpit I did some on line Zoom training with David. My flight training was interrupted by COVID. Then I took a break. Time flies and I realised I had to get going again and as part of that I decided to get a sim set up. I held off as I couldn’t stand the thought of all the fiddling that would be required to find all bits needed and more importantly get them all speaking to one another.
I discussed the set up with David, agreed with him all the bits and bobs needed, then I bought PC, monitors, Xplane, air manager, Reality GTN750, knobster, yoke, pedals, etc. David helped remotely setting it all up. I’m not sure I would have managed on my own. I’d most likely have given up!
Then David and I used it for IR Training via Zoom. Worked a treat. Couldn’t recommend him highly enough for anyone wanting to do the same"
"My session with Patrick was absolutely awesome. Flying with VR in MSFS using VATSIM for controlling changed my flightsim world. As a perpetual private pilot in training, this was the most realistic experience next to the real thing. The only thing missing was the loud rumble and vibration of the engine, sensory orientation and the smell of aviation fuel."
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