Cirrus Flight Simulators

Any Cirrus, any generation

Whether you currently own a Cirrus or are transitioning into or through the different models, a RealSimGear Cirrus Flight Simulator will assist in developing your skills and growing your confidence. Much like the real-world Cirrus aircraft, using a Cirrus Flight Simulator helps build muscle memory and minimize the negative transfer of skill in real-world flights. We have a complete lineup of Cirrus Flight Simulators for any generation of Cirrus Aircraft along with FAA Approved options

LEARN THE BUTTONOLOGY  |  MASTER YOUR CHECKLISTS |   ESTABLISH YOUR FLOWS

Avidyne entegra and garmin persepctive avionics

Avidyne

The Avidyne Entegra avionics is found in many of the early model G1, G2 and G3 Cirrus SR20 and SR22 aircraft and is very simple, reliable, and less complicated than the G1000. This is it if you’re an Avidyne Entegra Cirrus pilot looking for an immersive and effective home training platform. Get the complete setup with a GTN750 and GTN650 combo, dual GNS430s, or two GTN650s.

GARMIN

The G1000 Perspective and Perspective Plus is a highly capable avionics platform used in Cirrus SR20 and SR22 aircraft for G3, G5 and G6 models. With advanced features comes additional complexity which makes a home flight simulator extreamly valuable for familiraization and effective practice.

DESKTOP CONSOLE or full COCKPIT

Cirrus Desktop Console

Our Desktop Console setup is the most compact and modular Cirrus Simulator we offer. The console is designed to provide pilots with an unsurpassed level of immersion and accuracy while still being easy to move or store when it’s not in use. This Package includes the Garmin G1000 PFD and MFD and Perspective or Persepctivre+, Center Console, as well as the Desktop Stands and Flight Deck Mounting Plate. The desktop console can be paried with standard or professional controls, which offer two different price points.

Cirrus Cockpit

Our Cirrus Cockpit design includes all the avionic components and switches modeled exactly after the Cirrus cockpit, it even has a complete custom enclosure with a glare shield and LED lighting - Every last detail has been faithfully re-created to provide the ultimate home training experience. The more realistic your simulator is, the more applicable it is to real-life flying because you accelerate the learning as you increase the immersion. You can also choose Perspective or Perspective Plus hardware configurations.

FAA APPROVED PACKAGE OPTIONS

RealSimGear Cirrus BATD

We offer FAA Approved, Basic Aviation Training Device (BATD) packages. You’ll choose between one aircraft model - Professional Edition SR20, SR22NA, or SR22TN Aircraft model (G3/G5 aircraft) and the GCU Perspective Stack or Perspective Plus FMS stack. Perfect for maintaing instrument currency at home or loggin hours towards a certificate or rating with your CFI, using a RealSimGear FAA Approved BATD is the perfect option for both home use and flight schools.

REALSIMGEAR Cirrus PACKAGE

Full turnkey flight simualtor packages including everything you need to get the ultimate flight simualtor up and running. Learn the buttonology of the avionics, practice everything from pre-flight to shutdown following the Cirrus checklists and flows, and then use the sim to stay proficient with the basics of flying while throwing in the occasional failure to see how you would react!

Why get faa approval

These simulators have been developed to allow you to build upon your proficiency while also logging times toward your Private Pilot License and/or Instrument rating and also allow you to maintain your FAA currency .

PER THE TERMS OF CERTIFICATION, THE REALSIMGEAR FAA-APPROVED BATD PRODUCTS ALLOW FOR:

§ 61.51(b)(3) – Logbook entries

§ 61.51(h) – Logging training time

§ 61.57(c)(2) – Instrument experience

§ 61.65(i) – Instrument rating: not more than 10 hours

§ 61.109(k)(1) – Private Pilot Certificate aeronautical experience: up to 2.5 hours

§ 141.41(b) – Approved for use under the part 141 appendices as follows:
–Appendix B – Up to 15% towards the total Private Pilot training time requirements
–Appendix C – Up to 25% toward the total Instrument training time requirements