With over 15 years of expertise in aircraft simulator acquisition, certification, and program management, we at PAC know that investing in modern Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTDs) is not a decision to be taken lightly. We are here to help. Comprised of audio and visual systems, motion and control loading systems, computing, electromechanical and hydraulic […]

We are pleased to announce the dates for our first Methods of Simulation Course in 2022. In a partnership between PAC and Fiji Airways, the five-day course will be held from 25 to 29 April in Fiji Airways’ brand new state-of-the-art aviation academy, in Nadi (Fiji).  Designed for chief pilots, test engineers, and facility managers, our course focuses on Federal […]

Partnership Will Enhance Simulator Qualification Training San Diego, CA – Pacific Aerospace Consulting Inc. (PAC) and Fiji Airways are pleased to announce the availability of Methods of Simulation courseware from Q1 2022. Based on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Simulator Qualification Courseware, this course delves into regulatory requirements and expectations under the National Simulator Program (NSP) […]

GO2Altitude® training system provides world-class hypoxia awareness and recovery training in a hands-on, ground-based environment Hypoxia continues to plague aviators around the world—whether they be private, commercial, or fast jet military. The underlying fact is that engineers and technicians will never be able to design out hypoxia or be able to assure aircrew that you […]

By Kalohi Clark, Aviator and Senior Program Analyst This week, three years ago, I took off out of Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in one of the US Navy’s newest jets, the EA-18G Growler. Less than one minute into the flight we knew we had a serious problem–we were both experiencing hypoxia symptoms. The pilot […]

By Adam Taff – Senior Systems Engineer, Pilot, Test Pilot On October 25, 1999, a chartered Learjet 35 flying from Orlando, FL, to Dallas, TX, crashed in South Dakota, killing both pilots and four passengers—including PGA golfer Payne Stewart.  On August 14, 2005, Helios Airways Flight 522 flying from Larnaca, Cyprus to Athens, Greece crashed […]

As aviators we take for granted that FAA regulations ensure safety of flight, so you might assume they apply to all Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTDs)—both military and commercial. However, it’s not that simple. Device Qualification ensures FSTDs meet FAA standards, which ensure that FSTDs provide the fidelity required to maximize the value of an […]

As aviators, the risk of hypoxia is always present in the cockpit–regardless of whether you fly single-seat fast jets, transportation, or general aviation aircraft. Protection from the effects of hypoxia requires multiple controls, including well-maintained aircraft and flying at altitudes that don’t require supplemental oxygen. However, the single most effective defense against hypoxia is early […]

PAC is proud to announce a new teaming agreement with Biomedtech Australia, a world leader in Hypoxia Training for civil and military aircrew. Biomedtech Australia is a wholly Australian-owned company, specializing in the research, design and development of training devices used to train pilots in the crucial skills of recognizing and reacting to the insidious […]

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