The NASTAR Center in Southampton, Pa., is hosting free seminars on the importance of Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) from mid-June through August. The one-day seminars will provide corporate and private pilots with the latest industry knowledge, techniques, and simulated upset flight experiences on the newest in flight simulation technology, the GL-4000, according to officials.
Limited complimentary seminars are available on a first come, first serve basis. The highlight of each seminar is the opportunity for pilots to be the first to test fly and evaluate the GYROLAB 4000 simulator — a new devices that enables pilots to experience real-world upset scenarios, with full g-forces in extreme unusual attitudes, while in a safe and controlled environment, officials said.
Those who register will experience Loss of Control in Flight (LOC-I) and additional in-flight challenges, practice recovery techniques and emergency procedures, and learn about the latest industry UPRT initiatives and training practices. Additionally, participants will receive a tour of the NASTAR facility and gain information on other aviation courses (SD/SA, Altitude Physiology, etc.) that NASTAR Center provides.
The seminars are available to anyone interested; however simulated flights in the GYROLAB 4000 are only available for current pilots ages 18 and older with a valid FAA Class 3 Medical. Seminars will be held at the NASTAR Center, 125 James Way, Southampton, Pa.
For more information: 215-355-9100 x1528 or ETCAdvancedPilotTraining.com/free-training