Flight simulator training courses

Each of our courses matches you up with an instructor who has been hand picked from our staff based on their skill and experience in a particular type of training. They’ll work side by side with you through every exercise to make sure you get the most from your time.

Find more information about Turbo-Prop, Multi-Engine, and Single-Engine training.

Insurance-Approved Recurrent Training Courses

Each recurrent training program involves 10 hours of simulator training incorporating a thorough experience in the normal, abnormal,and emergency flight condition profiles, including every conceivable weather circumstance. This is coupled with 10 hours of ground training in ATC and emergencies, aircraft systems and weather, and FAR/AIM regulations. Once you’ve demonstrated proficiency to the relevant Practical Test Standards (PTS), you’ll receive logbook endorsement and a Certificate of Proficiency.


Insurance Approved Initial Training

Initial Training is approved on a case by case basis by each of the insurance carriers.  Our Initial Training program is a 5 day training experience that consists of, 15 hours of system’s classroom training, 15 hours of simulator training, including several scenario based training exercises for your particular airframe and finally, **5 to 6 hours in the owner supplied aircraft.  If time and distance prohibits the aircraft from being re-positioned to Nashua (KASH), then we will arrange for the instructor to travel to your base of operation to complete the in aircraft sessions as set by the insurance carrier.

Contact Nashua Flight Simulator at 866.505.0077 and ask for the Initial Training syllabus for your particular make/model/type of aircraft and we will e-mail all the required information in return.

**  The amount of “in aircraft instruction” is normally set by the insurance carrier.


Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC)

This course is designed for pilots who need an IPC to regain instrument currency and have gone 12 months or more without fulfilling the required six approaches, intercept, track of a radial, and demonstrated hold. FAR 61.57(d)(1)(ii)


Instrument Currency

Because maintaining your IFR currency can be a daunting task, this course offers a quick and easy way to get and remain IFR current, and to strengthen your instrument proficiency. FAR 61.57(c)(1); (c)(3); (c)(4)

Schedule your recurrent training today!


Pre-Hire Preparation & Evaluation

If you want to be sure you’ll ace your interview check ride, we have the right instructors and equipment to prepare you for that all-important career interview and check-ride appointment.


Emergency Procedure Training

Gain critical experience dealing with unexpected system failures, vacuum pump failures, engine failures, and power loss while in a safe but realistic flight simulator environment.


Accelerated Instrument Training

Earn your instrument rating quickly and without the hassle of weather delays or other interruptions. Course schedule includes 2-3 evenings per week in the simulator combined with ground school and a Saturday or Sunday for air work with your aircraft. (Nashua Flight Simulator can provide an aircraft for an additional fee.)


Garmin 430/530 Training

If you’ve invested in a Garmin panel-mounted unit, you’ll want to learn how to use the Garmin 430/530 to its fullest. We have several instructors on staff who can train you with our state-of-the-art iGate 512 simulator with GNS 530 hardware.


Schedule your training now!

Each of our courses matches you up with an instructor who has been hand picked from our staff based on their skill and experience in a particular type of training. They’ll work side by side with you through every exercise to make sure you get the most from your time.

Download the course curriculum for the type aircraft you fly.