AEROTEC completes its first ACAS course on its A32 simulator
AEROTEC’s A32 simulator has been certified as ACAS I/II for air operators of the TCAS 7.1 system
That grants it anti-collision training capabilities
AEROTEC pilot school has successfully completed the ACAS I / II course for TCAS 7.1 air operations. That would allow us to train pilots whose aircrafts needs to incorporate the TCAS system.
TCAS means “Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System”, and it is a brand new safety system for aircrafts. However, not every simulator supports its use.
But our brand new A32 simulator can (and will) be able to train pilots in order to deal with these type of emergencies, so they are better prepared to avoid in-flight collisions.