MONO + SOLO Airliner

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Motion Cabin. Single seat. General & Commercial Aviation. Single & Twin engine. This is the right option to enjoy a multi-purpose single seat full motion flight simulator. Its touchscreen cockpit can display gauges and instruments of the 3 main airplane categories that any Student-Pilot will face in a flight training. Simulated airplanes: Cessna 172 & C182 RG, Mooney Bravo M20J, Baron B58, Boeing 737 and generic panels for any single & twin engine, piston or turbo-prop.

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Single-seater Full Motion simulator with 2 movement axes.

Three 24" panoramic monitors for landscapes with an angle of vision of 135º.

Interior console fitted with panic button, warning lights for movements and malfunctions.

Ventilation system for the pilot with adjustable air flow.

Adjustable pedals and seat in line with pilot’s height.

Upholstered interior cabin.

Simulation software: Prepar3D

Truly real flight sensations due to 100% immersion offered by the enclosed cabin.

Flight controls of the YOKO, TQ and RUDDO series, to exert the same stress as in real aircraft.

All movement mechanisms are hidden making the simulators totally safe in public places.

Compact simulators that do not require extra installation or start-up tasks.

Realistic sensation of pitching, rolling, yawing, skidding, acceleration, braking, wind turbulence, runway irregularities, engine start-up, touchdown…

Single-seater simulator ideal for enthusiasts and flight schools as instructors can control their students from the instruction station (optional).

Multifunction simulator with which the pilot can fly, depending on the instrument panel with single-engine and twin-piston engine, turbo-propeller and turbo-fan aircraft.

Includes internet connection for remote assistance scenarios aimed at simulator diagnosis.

High levels of energy efficiency. Operates with any 115–230 VAC socket.

Incorporated Security Measures:
Emergency shutdown button for the interior cabin accessible from the outside
Interior ventilation system in the cabin.
Two bucket-type seats that do not require seatbelt.

Technical Data:
Power supply: 115–230 VAC
Nominal intensity at 230 VAC: 2.1 amp (max. 3.1 amp)
Pitching and yawing angle: -20° <-> +20°
Pitching and yawing speed: 20º/s.
Weight (with cabin): 600Kg.
Dimensions (with cabin): 1.85m. (Width) X 2.70m. (Length) X 2.1m. (Height)
Payload: 250Kg.

Controls Included:
1 X YOKO, the yoke
1 X RUDDO Pedals
1 X TQ6 Throttle Quadrant
Switch for motion selection (On/Off). Audio & ventilation control.


Instruments:

Single & Twin piston engine Mode:
Lights panel: Beacon, Landing, Taxi, Nav., Strobe., Recog. Panel lights.
Switches: cowl flaps for left & right engine, fuel boost pump for left & right engine, prop. sync., speedbrake, Pitot heat, flaps control, parking break, carburetor heat for left & right engine, prop. de-ice.
Fuel panel: on, off and cross-feed for left & right engine.
Ignition panel: master avionics, battery on, alternator left engine, alternator right engine, magnetos 1 & 2 left engine, magnetos 1 & 2 right engine, prime for left & right engine. autopilot off.
Trim panel: elevator, rudder and aileron trim compensator wheels.
Other: Landing gear lever: with one red light for “In Trans” and three green lights for “Gear Down & Locked”. Chrono selector, clock, O.A.T. / Volts.
Indicators: IAS, attitude, altimeter, turn coordinator, HIS, climb rate, gyro-directional, VOR, flaps position; elevator, rudder and aileron trim position, landing gear position, compass, backlight information panel. Oil temperature and pressure for left & right engine, CHT / EGT for left & right engine, fuel pressure for left & right engine, manifold for left & right engine, RPM for left & right engine, VAC, fuel tank for left & right engine, alternator load for left & right engine, clock / chronometer.
Tactile Radiostack: audiopanel, mark lights, automatic pilot (with Flight Director), comm1, comm2, nav1, nav2, DME (2 channels), ADF with decimals, transponder.

Single & Twin turbo-prop Mode:
Lights panel: Beacon, Landing, Taxi, Nav., Strobe.,Recog. Panel lights.
Switches: fuel valve for left & right engine, fuel boost pump for left & right engine, prop. sync., speed brake, Pitot heat, flaps control, parking break, De-ice wings, De-ice prop.
Fuel panel: on, off and cross-feed for left & right engine.
Ignition panel: master avionics, battery on, alternator left engine, alternator right engine, magnetos 1 & 2 left engine, magnetos 1 & 2 right engine, prime and start for left & right engine.
Trim panel: elevator, rudder and aileron trim compensator wheels.
Other: Landing gear lever: with one red light for “In Trans” and three green lights for “Gear Down & Locked”. Chrono selector, clock, O.A.T. / Volts.
Indicators: IAS, attitude, altimeter, turn coordinator, HIS, climb rate, gyro-directional, flaps position; elevator, rudder and aileron trim position, landing gear position, compass, backlight information panel. Oil temperature and pressure for left & right engine, fuel pressure for left & right engine, RPM for left & right prop., torque for left & right engine, ITT for left & right engine, VAC, fuel tank for left & right engine, alternator load for left & right engine, clock / chronometer.
Tactile Radiostack: audiopanel, mark lights, automatic pilot (with Flight Director), comm1, comm2, nav1, nav2, DME (2 channels), ADF with decimals, transponder.

Twin turbo-fan Mode:
Lights panel: Landing, Taxi, Logo, Position, Anti-collision. Panel lights.
Switches: fuel valve for left & right engine, fuel boost pump for left & right engine, speed brake, autobrake for landing gear, Pitot heat, flaps control, parking break, De-ice wings, De-ice engines. EFIS selector: off, VOR 1, ADF 1.
Fuel panel: on, off and cross-feed for left & right engine.
Ignition panel: master avionics, battery on, generator left engine, generator right engine, start & hydraulic pump for left & right engine, TO/GA, autopilot off.
Trim panel: elevator, rudder and aileron trim compensator wheels.
Other: Landing gear lever: with one red light for “In Trans” and three green lights for “Gear Down & Locked”. Chrono selector, clock, O.A.T. / Volts.
Indicators: Primary Flight Display (PFD), Navigational Display (ND), EFIS, autopilot, EICAS, Flight Management System (FMS), flaps position, flaps transit and extended, landing gear position, landing gear transit and extended, speed break armed, speed brake extended. Elevator, rudder and aileron trim position, backlight information panel, clock / chronometer.
Tactile Radiostack: audiopanel, mark lights, automatic pilot (with Flight Director), comm1, comm2, nav1, nav2, DME (2 channels), ADF with decimals, transponder.

Technical Requirements:
Domestic power outlet 115–230 VAC with ground socket. 30 mA domestic differential switch.
Leveled floor (the support surface of the simulator on the ground is 1.85m. (Width) X 2.7m. (Length).
For its proper placement, an enclosed perimeter of 4m. (Width) X 4m. (Length) X 2.55m. (Height) is advisable.
Dry and clean premises (not suitable for use outdoors).
Access door measuring 1.8m. (Width) X 2.2m. (Height).

Other specifications:
Transport not included. Applicable fees or duties not included.

Product Description

How is remote assistance requested?

By sending an email to info@virtual-fly.com and indicating your issue. Our technical support staff will provide you with instructions for working ONLINE.

How long is the warranty period for Virtual-Fly products?

Virtual-Fly is compliant with international legislation in force: 1 year for repair work and materials, and a further year solely for materials.

Do they need special anchor bolts on the floor?

No, our simulators only need a flat and even surface onto which they can be installed.

Are they difficult to install?

The simulator is supplied fully assembled, meaning you only have to remove it from the interior of the wooden box, unscrew the support stops and plug it into the power supply. You also have the option of having the Virtual-Fly service team install it for you.

How do I contract transport?

The delivery of this flight simulator may be made by air, maritime or land freight. Virtual-Fly is familiarised with the processes, packaging and documentation necessary meaning we can advise you the best options and procedures.

What type of help will I receive?

Remote control access to the simulator computer, videoconferences, telephone helpline and personal helpdesk, if necessary, via the technical team of the distributor closest to you or from the staff of Virtual-Fly.

For the same price, can I buy an airplane?

Yes, nowadays second hand General Aviation airplanes or brand new Light Aircrafts have a similar price in comparison with this simulator. The difference is that buying an airplane requires an extra constant investment to face the costs of fuel, maintenance, overhauls, taxes, documentation, revisions and more. There is nothing like flying an airplane but the simulator will help you as a basic trainer, to practice procedures or to face the new situations that can only be tested in a virtual life.

For the same price, can I build my own simulator?

You can try to do it, but the final results cannot be assured. The difference is that Virtual-Fly is already on the market with a standard product and can offer a fixed price and delivery time with included warranty and that means that the buyer has the chance to save time, money and worries and enjoy in the end a State-of-the-Art simulator with full support from the manufacturer.

How long does it take to receive the unit?

Virtual-Fly is not a car factory. Every customer receives a State-of-the-Art flight simulator that must pass all the Quality and Test Standards of each customer, so no stocks are ready for commercial orders. Therefore, the production time is 18 weeks plus transport.

What happens when I buy I buy it?

Virtual-Fly starts working when the payment by bank transfer, Pay Pal or credit card is received. At that time, we pack the requested unit and sent directly to the customer’s home or manufacture it in the case of not having stock.

How to know when it will get my product?

The production and delivery deadlines are updated and specified in the budgets made with our sales department and the Web-Shop. Once the product is shipped you can ask for the tracking number that informs you on real time about where the product is and when will it arrive to you.

What do I do when they deliver it to me?

Open the box and check that it’s there and the product´s unit is in perfect condition. If there is any damage to the box or the product, you must notify the shipping company’s employee to pursue the pertinent claim. Then follow the steps in the Instruction Manual or call us if you have any questions or queries.

Is it easy to shift from single-engine piston aircraft to turbo-propeller or reactor aircraft?

Very easy and it only takes 20 seconds. You just have to press a key on the panel and stick in place a series of magnetic panels that change the descriptions of the functions of the engine start-up buttons, automatic pilot and EFIS.

What does (+ $49 US dollars) for Boeing 737 systems mean?

The client must buy the communications plugin (Aerosystems) linking MFS/Prepar3D and the Panel.
http://www.aerosoft.com.au/aerosoft_australia/buy.html.
This driver must be installed in the MFS/Prepar3D computer.

If I already own an Aerosystems licence, must I buy it again?

No, not at all.

Additional Information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 10 x 10 x 5 cm

faq

How is remote assistance requested?

By sending an email to info@virtual-fly.com and indicating your issue. Our technical support staff will provide you with instructions for working ONLINE.

How long is the warranty period for Virtual-Fly products?

Virtual-Fly is compliant with international legislation in force: 1 year for repair work and materials, and a further year solely for materials.

Do they need special anchor bolts on the floor?

No, our simulators only need a flat and even surface onto which they can be installed.

Are they difficult to install?

The simulator is supplied fully assembled, meaning you only have to remove it from the interior of the wooden box, unscrew the support stops and plug it into the power supply. You also have the option of having the Virtual-Fly service team install it for you.

How do I contract transport?

The delivery of this flight simulator may be made by air, maritime or land freight. Virtual-Fly is familiarised with the processes, packaging and documentation necessary meaning we can advise you the best options and procedures.

What type of help will I receive?

Remote control access to the simulator computer, videoconferences, telephone helpline and personal helpdesk, if necessary, via the technical team of the distributor closest to you or from the staff of Virtual-Fly.

For the same price, can I buy an airplane?

Yes, nowadays second hand General Aviation airplanes or brand new Light Aircrafts have a similar price in comparison with this simulator. The difference is that buying an airplane requires an extra constant investment to face the costs of fuel, maintenance, overhauls, taxes, documentation, revisions and more. There is nothing like flying an airplane but the simulator will help you as a basic trainer, to practice procedures or to face the new situations that can only be tested in a virtual life.

For the same price, can I build my own simulator?

You can try to do it, but the final results cannot be assured. The difference is that Virtual-Fly is already on the market with a standard product and can offer a fixed price and delivery time with included warranty and that means that the buyer has the chance to save time, money and worries and enjoy in the end a State-of-the-Art simulator with full support from the manufacturer.

How long does it take to receive the unit?

Virtual-Fly is not a car factory. Every customer receives a State-of-the-Art flight simulator that must pass all the Quality and Test Standards of each customer, so no stocks are ready for commercial orders. Therefore, the production time is 18 weeks plus transport.

What happens when I buy I buy it?

Virtual-Fly starts working when the payment by bank transfer, Pay Pal or credit card is received. At that time, we pack the requested unit and sent directly to the customer’s home or manufacture it in the case of not having stock.

How to know when it will get my product?

The production and delivery deadlines are updated and specified in the budgets made with our sales department and the Web-Shop. Once the product is shipped you can ask for the tracking number that informs you on real time about where the product is and when will it arrive to you.

What do I do when they deliver it to me?

Open the box and check that it’s there and the product´s unit is in perfect condition. If there is any damage to the box or the product, you must notify the shipping company’s employee to pursue the pertinent claim. Then follow the steps in the Instruction Manual or call us if you have any questions or queries.

Is it easy to shift from single-engine piston aircraft to turbo-propeller or reactor aircraft?

Very easy and it only takes 20 seconds. You just have to press a key on the panel and stick in place a series of magnetic panels that change the descriptions of the functions of the engine start-up buttons, automatic pilot and EFIS.

What does (+ $49 US dollars) for Boeing 737 systems mean?

The client must buy the communications plugin (Aerosystems) linking MFS/Prepar3D and the Panel.
http://www.aerosoft.com.au/aerosoft_australia/buy.html.
This driver must be installed in the MFS/Prepar3D computer.

If I already own an Aerosystems licence, must I buy it again?

No, not at all.