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About the Simulator

Our simulator is an FAA-approved Advanced Aircraft Training Device (AATD). It is designed to mimic the Cirrus SR series aircraft and features the Garmin G1000 Perspective 6 avionics package. It is designed to be the most realistic Cirrus simulator available. In fact, our sim is the same sim chosen by Cirrus for their own training centers and the United States Air Force Academy. It has been designed to be the most accurate Cirrus SR simulator available. FAA approval means time in the simulator can count towards certification and currency. See what you can log.

Key sim features:

• G1000 with Perspective 6

• Simulate the SR20, SR22 or the SR22T

• Accurate button and control placement

• Accurate menus & selection functionality

• Fully integrated Instructor Station

• Overhead CAPS weighted handle and deployment simulation

• Ability to reposition

• Weather selection (user-defined & real-world)

• Season & Time of Day selection

• Flight recording & playback

• Position output for ForeFlight integration

• Aircraft system malfunctions

• Fuel burn, balance & fuel mixture simulation

• Works with ForeFlight


Simulator Sessions

Our simulator is situated in an office-like environment. The room is equipped with a briefing area featuring comfortable seating, table, and whiteboards. Simulator sessions are not dictated by Hobbs time, although there is a Hobbs meter that should be used to accurately track your experience for logging purposes.

Materials, Charts & Checklists

SimpliFLY does not furnish pilot or briefing supplies. Please bring all equipment you would normally bring on a flight. Suggested items:

• Checklists

• Charts

• Dry erase markers

• Note Pad, pen, or pencil

Please Observe the Following

• Treat the simulator with care.

• Absolutely No Food or Drink at the sim or instructor station.

• Begin and end your session in a timely manner.

• Clean up after yourself.

Tips for Using the Sim

• Use the armrest to support your arm in the proper position. You should be able to relax your arm in a comfortable position while manipulating the side stick.

• Apply smooth input on the controls. You should never bang against the control stops.

• Standard procedures are a very important part of being a safe and professional pilot. We strongly encourage you to treat the sim as you would an aircraft. One of the purposes of sim training is to develop good habit patterns. Don’t skip checklists, preparation, or preflight tasks because you are operating a sim. Do it right every time, just like you would in the airplane.


When repositioning the sim, be patient as the sim reconfigures its location. It’s typically a good idea to pause the sim after repositioning in order to review the new location & situation. During this pause, reconfigure the aircraft controls (throttle, flaps, heading bug, altitude preselect, etc.) as necessary to match the new position. When doing an air reposition be prepared to fly when the sim comes off pause.

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