Claude Vuichard Reviews VRM’s R22 Sim

Ride along with Claude Vuichard, president of the Vuichard Recovery Aviation Safety Foundation, as he conducts a comprehensive evaluation of VRM Switzerland’s virtual reality flight simulator for the Robinson R22. It’s the first such device to be certified by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) as a Flight Navigation Procedures Trainer (FNPT) II. That means users can now credit up to five hours of training in the device toward an EASA private pilot license, and up to 10 or 20 hours for a commercial pilot license, depending on the training concept.

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  1. Great simulator. VR is the future of synthetic training. Can VRM contact me for setting up such simulators in India.

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