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IDEF 2021: Q3D launches flight sim training

17th August 2021 - 10:00 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Holsworthy


A F-16 simulator built by Havelsan. (Photo: Havelsan)

Quantum3D is now making available simulator flight training on a number of fixed- and rotary-wing simulators through its parent company, Havelsan.

Quantum3D has announced that it is to offer flight training services for a range of military and commercial fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft types. 

The list of available simulators are extensive and cover the following aircraft types: S-70A/B (Blackhawk/Seahawk), AS532/332 Cougar, CN-235, F-16, T-38, KT-1 and AW139, plus Airbus and Boeing passenger jets.

The company has said that it can provide training services that include customised courses for ‘individual, crew, and tactical training’ requirements in ‘a cost-effective way and meet the training needs of other essential function areas for future pilots’.

Bearing in mind that all of these simulators

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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