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If you talk about certified FFS or FTD, each plane is made up of two main data sources: The engineering data given by the aicraft manufacturer to the training device manufacturer. This data package contains mainly flight model and system description The avionics data/software given by the company that developed the avionics for that particular plane These ...


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It comes from a few places and it depends on the type of simulator you are talking about, while the data is not necessarily "confidential" I would call it proprietary although much of it is actually out there: The Public Domain: Home simulators like X-Plane offer the ability to build your own aircraft models and there are many readily available for ...


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Manipulating panel instrument controls for partial panel training can be accomplished in a static flight simulator training environment in professional flight schools. T Pulling circuit breakers is unwise in any live training scenario, on the ground or in the air. Putting a post-it note over a panel was the recommended path used by my instructors in the live ...


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Necro-ing this question to give a more forceful opinion of "OP was not wrong." First, like GreenAsJade said, tower didn't yell at you in the moment. This is not incontrovertible evidence of legality or correctness, but it's a pretty strong piece of evidence. More importantly, "report three miles out" is not a standard pattern entry. Here ...


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