A320 and B737NG

Jump-Start into Jets

Getting ready for the real thing. Lots of competition out there. Have another ace in your pocket.

Perfectly situated just 9 miles away from the Dallas downtown, the modern Dallas Executive Airport Terminal building is architecturally stunning and equipped for a variety of event options.


Our executive hangar with our training center on the airfield is ready to accommodate your business. SimJet Center, houses the FAA approved Advanced Aviation Training Device flight simulators as well as  separate briefing- and classrooms.

Power by the Hour

Flying a multi crew cockpit efficient is a well-orchestrated effort. Only practice and experience get you proficient. Our sessions bring you the competitive edge. Not only is your knowledge enhanced, but you can also log AATD or FTD flight hours with our B737NG and A320 devices.

We can custom tailor practice packages for your objectives. Please inquire about a your custom package to get you into the seat you deserve.


General Procedures

Emergency Procedures

Navigation Procedures

Airport operations, pushback, taxing, parking procedures

Normal/Crosswind Takeoffs and Landings

Basic Instrument Scan

Attitude Instrument Flight

NDB, VOR, LOC Tracking

NDB, VOR, LOC Holding Patterns

VOR/DME, LOC Intersection Holding Patterns

DME Arcs

ATC Communication and Radio Procedures

Partial Panel Procedures

Dead Reckoning, and Radio Navigation

Day/Night/Dusk/Dawn time of day Flying

Mountain Flying

Adverse Weather Flying

“Glass Cockpit” / FMS / EFIS procedures

Automated Flight Deck procedures


Missed Approach Procedures

Normal and Steep Turns

Normal Climbs/Descents

Slow Flight

Stall recognition and recovery

Cross-Country procedures

Orientation problems

Diversions to Alternate Airports

Wind Correction Angle

Instrument Approaches (precision and non-precision)

Rough/Turbulent Air Operations

Engine problems including start faults, loss of power, sudden failures, and indicating problems

Oil pressure problems

Landing gear problems

Flight control problems

Electrical, Hydraulic, Pneumatic system problems

Pressurization problems

Fuel problems

Environmental system problems, including smoke

Weather problems, including Wind Shear

Upset recovery training

TA/RA - midair collision avoidance

CFIT avoidance


Navigational Capabilities


GPS Navigation

ADF tracking

VOR tracking

VOR/DME tracking

Dual NAV position fixing

Track all airways

Fly preferred routes

SID (Departures)

STAR (Arrival Routes)


GPS Navigation

ADF tracking

VOR tracking

VOR/DME tracking

Dual NAV position fixing

Track all airways

Fly preferred routes

SID (Departures)

STAR (Arrival Routes)


GPS approaches

RNAV approaches

NDB approaches

VOR approaches

VOR/DME approaches

Localizer approaches

Localizer Back Course approaches

ILS approaches

ILS/PRM approaches

RNP approaches

CAT I, II, and III approaches

Visual approaches

Circling approaches

Auto land



AATD- Log your hours:

As per FAA AC61-136 you can log following hours:

AUTHORIZED USE. Except for specific aircraft type training and testing, an AATD may 
be approved and authorized for use in accomplishing certain required tasks, maneuvers, or 
procedures as applicable under 14 CFR parts 61 and 141 as follows:

• Logging instrument flight experience, 
• Instrument rating (maximum 20 hours), 
• Instrument rating practical test (per FAA-S-8081-4 (circling-to-land not authorized)), 
• Instrument proficiency check (per FAA-S-8081-4 (circling-to-land not authorized)), 
• Private pilot certificate (maximum 2.5 hours), 
• Commercial pilot certificate (maximum 50 hours), 
• Commercial pilot practical test (per FAA-S-8081-12), 
• Airline transport pilot certificate (maximum 25 hours), 
• Airline transport pilot practical test (per FAA-S-8081-5),and 
• Part 141 as limited by the applicable appendices, or under a special curriculum approved 
under part 141, § 141.57.