ATDs and Simulators


Medallion Aviation Training Devices (ATDs) and Simulators provide student pilots and certificated pilots the opportunity to practice and hone their skills against some of the toughest Alaska flying scenarios in a safe, threat free environment.  Offered to all qualified users free of charge, we have 16 locations throughout Alaska.

Unique to Medallion are the enhanced graphic depictions of numerous Alaska mountain passes   and fine-tuned weather conditions that have proved a threat to many an aviator.

Single engine, multi-engine or helicopter – We have it!  PLUS, take advantage of some tail-wheel time in our full-motion Super Cub Simulator.

New Aircraft on ATD # 1                                                                                                                                         We now have a VAMPIRE! Come try out the many new aircraft recently added to ATD #1. Now available to fly are the following: BN 2 Islander, CASA 235, DC3, DC9, King Air 350, Lake Amphibian, Q400, Skyvan, T33, Twin Otter, Vampire and 737BBJ.

Schedule Today
Scheduling time to use one of our training devices is as simple as logging into our secure access to Flight Schedule Pro.  If you don’t already have access, log in and create your user name and password.  After our office approves you as a user, you are free to schedule your training time to meet your schedule. When scheduling the FLYIT Helicopter or the SuperCub PA-18, we will need to make sure we have staffing available to assist you in start-up and shut-down procedures.

Typical Questions
(Q) Do I need a flight instructor to use these devices?
(A) No, unless you are trying to log recordable flight time in accordance with the authorization of the devices and 14 CFR 61.4.

(Q) Do I have to be a flight instructor to use the FLYIT Helicopter or the SuperCub PA-18?
(A) No. All of our training devices are available to all qualified users.

(Q) I have never used one of your devices before.  Do I need special instructions?
(A) Initially view the video available for the particular device you intend to use.  Then follow the checklist instructions available at every location to start-up, shut-down, and manage the aircraft, scenery and weather optimizations.