King Air 200 FTD’s Go Live

ATS continues efforts to expand our training programs. We have now acquired (and freshly certified!) 2 new King Air 200 Flight Training Devices. These FAA Level-4 trainers are ready to begin training new groups of students at our facility. Please contact Rudy Kiffor (303) 886-2901 for details.

October 3rd, 2017 at 3:40pm by

Victoria (CYYJ) Full Custom Airport Model Added to Our Database

We are proud to announce another complete, custom-modeled airport available in our 1900D sim: Victoria (CYYJ). The full-detail airfield features real-world buildings, ramps, taxiways, markings and terrain rendered in real time in the simulator. This adds to our growing list of complete custom airfield models: Victoria (CYYJ), Vancouver (CYVR), Calgary (CYYC), New York Kennedy (KJFK), […]

March 7th, 2017 at 9:21pm by

New Year, New Update

New year, new update. Our facility has received several upgrades over the preceding months: the simulator bay is fully air-conditioned (as well as heated during the winter months), and we have installed a brand-new custom A/C system to cool the two simulators, with wireless adjustable temperature controls inside each simulator. Maintaining a cool, comfortable climate […]

January 16th, 2017 at 6:58pm by

Big Update – The NASA 747-200 Sim is Here!

After many months of tear-down, moving, reinstalling, troubleshooting, and well… more troubleshooting, the NASA 747 simulator for the SOFIA team is finally here, certified, and ready to go. All of us here at ATS are excited to provide housing and support for the simulator and the NASA teams who will be training in it at […]

July 8th, 2016 at 7:13pm by

Expanded Classroom Capacity

We have recently expanded our training capacity here at the facility. We’ve added a third full-size classroom, in addition to opening up a second briefing room. Now we can (and indeed have) run quite a few concurrent training sessions – three classrooms, two briefing rooms and our flexible conference room can host students and instructors […]

December 12th, 2015 at 2:06pm by
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