Simulator Training

Sunsea Aviation Services P Ltd has installed ELITE ATD (FAA approved) at its Corporate office in Chennai. It gives trainees a mental edge by providing a safe training environment that is conducive to learning, practicing and understanding instrument procedures. The simulator is a powerful training tool that helps students practice their instrument thinking skills ie. Visualizing procedures, situational awareness, scan techniques etc before getting in the aircraft. Equipped with the training experience from the ELITE ATD, students then take to the air better prepared to perform what they have learned.

The simulator training in VFR and IFR modules train the students about various aspects of non instrument and instrument conditions. Students can be taught in ATD which are impossible to simulate in the real aircrafts.

Commercial Pilot license holders and professions give practical tips to students during the simulator training. This will improve the students' confidentiality level and flying skill without much of the expenses.

The CPL course finished students those who wants hand on experience and want to have continuous touch with the flying can practice in this simulator. Single and Multi Engine can be simulated with nominal charges per hour.

Sunsea supports the endeavour of student in a variety of constructive ways.

  • Expert counseling to identify the suitability of the student for the course, institution and country depending on their aspiration and talents, both innate and learned
  • Undertaking eligibility checks and relevant documentation pertaining to application
  • Facilitating the receipt of admission/offer/ acceptance letter from the institution
  • Taking care of the process of admission with documentation and submission
  • Offering effective guidance in terms of availing loan facilities from banks/ financial institutions
  • Guidance on the visa process
  • Preparation of visa documents
  • Submission of visa
  • Pre Departure briefing to the student
  • Arranging airport pickup at the destination
  • Assistance in finding suitable accommodation at the place of study

Air Regulations

Aircraft Act 1934 Chapter 1 Section Short title and extent, definitions, the power to detain aircraft, penalty for an act in contravention of rules made under the act, the penalty for flying so as to cause. Aircraft Rules 1937 Rules of the Air Appropriate Air Traffic Services Practices and Procedures.

Aircraft General Knowledge

Principles of Operation and functioning of Aeroplane Power Plants, Systems and Instruments. Operating Limitations of Appropriate aeroplanes and Powerplants relevant operational information from Flight Manual or another appropriate document.

Use of Serviceability check of equipment and systems of appropriate aeroplanes.

Maintenance procedures of airframes, systems and powerplants of appropriate aeroplanes.

Flight Performance and Planning

Effects of loading and mass distribution on an aeroplane handling, flight characteristics and performance, mass and balance calculations.

Use of practical application of take-off, landing and other performance data.

Pre Flight and en route flight planning appropriate to operations under VFR, preparation and filing of traffic services flight plans, appropriate air traffic service procedures, position reporting procedures, altimeter setting procedures, operations in areas of high-density traffic.

Human Performance and Limitations

Human Performance and limitations relevant to SPL.

Aviation Meteorology

Air Navigation including use of aeronautical charts, instruments and navigation aids, an understanding of the principles and characteristics of an appropriate navigation system, operation of airborne equipment, practical aspects of air navigation and dead reckoning techniques.

Air Navigationusing Radio Navigation aids, Use, accuracy and reliability of navigation systems used in departure en route, approach and landing phases of flight, identification of radio navigation aids.

Operational Procedure

Use of Aeronautical documentation such as AIP, NOTAM, Aeronautical codes, abbreviation and instrument procedure charts, for departure, en route, descent, and approach.

Appropriate precautionary and emergency procedures, safety practices associated with IFR.

Action to be taken to avoid hazardous weather, wake turbulence and other operating hazards.

Principles of Flight.

Radio Telephony and its procedures, phraseology as applied to VFR and IFR operations. Action to be taken in case of communication failure.