Multi Pilot Simulations (MPS) has finalised the development of its Generic Jet Training Device (GenJet), an affordable fixed base simulator for flight training organisations.

MPS says the GenJet device is ideal for selection, APS, MCC, JOC, MPL2 and IFR training, with a design loosely based on the functionality of a popular modern passenger jet for 140-170 passengers and combining a common Commercial Air Transport Category Aircraft with an OEM flight and performance model.

The company claims the pricing of the Generic Jet Training Device and leasing or rental options (by the hour) enable even smaller schools to use an advanced fixed base jet simulator from them.

MPS’ President and founder, Dick Verburg, said, “Students are eager to obtain their pilot license. The challenge for flight training schools is to deliver airline ready pilots. This requires good selection of students and high quality MCC and JOC training. The quality of training is determined by the quality of the syllabus, the instructor and the simulator. With a high quality, advanced jet simulator like MPS’ GenJet, FTO’s can optimally prepare their students for the airline jet type rating.”

The GenJet will be EASA certified as an FNPT-II/MCC device prior to leaving the MPS factory.