CockpitWeb - Sim v6.0: the Airline Pilot 'Home Trainer'

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Clusivity The new CockpitWeb Sim v6.0: Sim-ply amazing! - NEW jetliner training included!

Welcome to the new CockpitWeb Sim, created by airline pilots and instructors and first released in 2021! The CockpitWeb Sim is a 'Home Trainer' for pilots. It includes an entire IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) Training and an Airbus/Boeing 'Jetliner' Training.

A unique combination of Airline Pilot Manual + interactive computer Exercises + professional training Simulator:

- The Airline Pilot Manual is 2 manuals in 1: it includes an IFR manual and a Jetliner manual. Get your FREE COPY here:

- The CockpitWeb Sim includes an SEP (Single Engine Piston) and a jetliner B737 airplane and is designed to practice both IFR and Jetliner maneuvers and procedures.

Below is an overview of what is included!

CockpitWeb Sim overview

IFR Training

* NEW * Airbus/Boeing 'Jetliner' Training

Airline Pilot Manual

IFR Manual

Jetliner Manual

Interactive Computer Exercises

70 different IFR exercises

40 different JETLINER exercises

Simulator: Airplane

SEP: Piper PA-28 'classic'
+ Piper PA-28 EFIS

Boeing 737 jetliner
... and other Airbus + Boeings

Learn and practice

VOR and NDB interceptions
DME arcs
Holdings
ILSs
Non-precision approaches

Normal procedures: takeoff, flap use, climb, SIDs, cruise, descent, holdings, approaches, go-arounds.
Emergency and special jetliner maneuvers: engine failure & fire training, engine out procedures, RTO, emergency evacuation, EFATO, GPWS training, windshear training, TCAS training, UPRT, cabin depressurisation & emergency descent training, airspeed unreliable training, unstable approach avoidance, ...

The CockpitWeb Sim is unique. It has been designed to let you fly at a ‘Higher Level’:

- No joystick required: you can fly the CockpitWeb Sim at home on a laptop on your sofa, without any requirement for additional gear like joystick or rudder pedals.
- 15 seconds: you can start any maneuver or procedure within 15 seconds, including the entire setup of frequencies, courses, altitude, speed, flaps, gear, minimums... Sim-ply amazing! That's a 15 seconds preflight only!
- Fly at your local airport: you can virtually fly at your local airport and at the airport you will ‘visit’ tomorrow, during IFR flight or simulator assessment and practice the local procedures. We give a new definition to flight preparation.
- Computer-based exercises included. Because reading a manual is not enough to learn procedures. You also need hands-on experience. The IFR Training includes 70 different IFR exercises. The Jetliner training includes 40 different Jetliner exercises. Special algorithms have been developed to generate random exercises.


The
CockpitWeb Sim
is aimed at ALL pilots of ALL levels: from student-pilots to experienced airline pilots! It is the perfect preparation for:

- Airline interview simulator assessments
- New type rating
- Simulator LPCs and OPCs (License & Operator Proficiency Checks)
- Upgrade to Captain
- MCC (Multi-Crew Cooperation), APS (Airline Pilot Standard) or JOC (Jet Orientation Course) training
- Jet conversion
- IFR Training

Do you have an IFR flight or simulator check tomorrow? Then check the weather forecast, set the wind and practice the local procedures already today!

"The CockpitWeb SIm is engineered to be particularly stable. The authors have dubbed this stability feature 'Autotrim', stressing that it allows pilots to focus entirely on learning instrument and navigation procedures rather than struggling to control the aircraft itself. Pilots just starting instrument training and discovering the mental workload that's involved will find the Autotrim a real bonus. The Autotrim system does have the benefit of making the CockpitWeb Sim truly flyable using a keyboard, something that isn't a rewarding experience with most sims." PC Pilot Magazine, U.K.

"The software's biggest attraction is its series of practical exercises, which grade you as you fly and follow a logical instruction syllabus. Programmed exercises start with the basics and progress to the complex." PC Pilot Magazine, U.K.


Fly at a higher level!

The CockpitWeb Sim, that's IFR Training + NEW Jetliner Training in 1 amazing software program!

- IFR Training: includes an IFR manual (140 pages) & 70 different interactive IFR exercises. Learn and practice VOR and NDB interceptions, DME arcs, holdings, ILSs and non-precision approaches. Become an IFR-expert!

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Screenshot of a left-hand holding on radial 220.

- Clusivity NEW Jetliner Training: includes a Jetliner manual (100 pages) & 40 different interactive jetliner exercises. Learn to fly an Airbus or Boeing. Become an airline expert!

-> Learn and practice normal procedures: takeoff, flap use, climb, SIDs (Standard Instrument Departures), cruise, descent, holdings, approaches, go-arounds.

-> Practice emergency and special jetliner maneuvers: engine failure training, engine out procedures, RTO (Rejected Takeoff), emergency evacuation, EFATO (Engine Failure After Takeoff), GPWS training (Ground Proximity Warning System), windshear training, TCAS training (Traffic Collision Avoidance System), UPRT (Upset Prevention & Recovery Training), cabin depressurisation & emergency descent training, airspeed unreliable training, unstable approach avoidance, ... And the 15 second rule is valid here: you can start any maneuver or procedure within 15 seconds, including the entire setup of frequencies, courses, altitude, speed, flaps, gear, minimums... Sim-ply amazing!



Practice procedures endlessly - Pause a flight whenever you want - Unlimited flight time without extra cost - Practice on your sofa at home on your laptop!

Flight training becomes easier - Reduce flight time and flight training cost - Improve your situational awareness & flying skills- Become a better and safer pilot - Impress your instructors, examiners and assessors!

Build your confidence and fly at a ‘higher level’!

"The manual is an excellent summary of the essential theory of instrument flight and is particularly handy because it manages to combine a comprehensive approach with compactness. It gathers information into a single reference volume and lets you in on the pragmatic tips instructors use to help students handle the mental gymnastics that are a feature of instrument flight. The material is arranged in the logical sequence typical of a real-world training syllabus, starting with the basics of attitude instrument flying and closing with the complex subjects." PC Pilot Magazine, U.K.

"The IFR manual is an integral part of the <IFR Training Simulator > concept, and is very well explained and illustrated.", Microsimulateur Magazine, France.

The CockpitWeb Sim was finalist in the prestigious Flight Global Magazine Aerospace Industry Awards for its "innovation and excellence" in the General Aviation sector!


The Sim
costs less than 30 min. of IFR flight!

You can purchase the separately.

Or buy the bundle of + Software.

Or go for our BESTSELLER: the POWERBUNDLE of: + + Software and get a huge discount!

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Testimonials

"The Sim is a solid training aid for students - and instructors - of instrument flying, particularly where new concepts and procedures are being introduced for the first time. I could see myself recommending this software to instrument students and using it as part of a training syllabus, demonstrating new material and assigning exercises to build the student's confidence and highlight deficiencies to be addressed before jumping in an airplane. The Autotrim feature is excellent for students being introduced to tricky - and initially overwhelming - concepts such as determining how to apply mnemonics including 'Pilot-Teacher-Dummy' and 'NDBTOP' to plan / enter a hold and then stay in protected airspace despite crosswinds." Iain D., Commercial Flight Instrument Instructor / reviewer.

"Allow me to congratulate you for the quality, robustness, and great accuracy of your software. I like the great tutorial, the ease of use, and the Autotrim that removes all the frustration associated with the typically unstable pitch trimming found in most simulators." Frederic B.

"I read your whole book. I like the style of it because there's no blabla - it comes directly to the point." Felix M.

"Your book and the computerized exercises are very interesting by providing tricks to help the IR or future IR pilot." Patrick D.

"What is great is the exercise part linked with the tutorial book and to have 1 software for conversions, mass and balance, exercises and simulator. Real value for money!" Philippe L..

"It's really great!" Thomas D.

"I recommend the Cockpitweb Sim because it is devoted to IFR fundamentals and it does this very well, without any other trouble of piloting the aircraft. Furthermore it's a very light and quick launched software. The simulator itself is, of course, the best part of the program but the manual is very good too, in teaching or training oneself in IFR basics." Gérard L.

"The Cockpitweb Sim is very useful for several reasons:
- For the future IR pilot he would be more familiar with the use of the NDB, VOR and ILS before beginning the simulator or flight phase of the IR course. It would avoid additional training and will allow the fastest move during the training phase and thus better 'economy' and a higher level.
- For an already IR qualified pilot the Sim is a wonderful, inexpensive tool which can be run on every PC (a must) and which is a procedure trainer allowing to maintain the skills (for the computations, timing and materialization). I have been flying a Locator approach with a Holding after several months without flying, the software has helped me to remain familiar with the needle management and to be less loaded when flying the approach."
Patrick D.

"Impressive! An ideal tool for serious students of fixed-wing instrument flying. The IFR manual provides an excellent summary of the theory of instrument flying, punctuated with valuable suggestions and hints. It also links effectively with the simulator's programmed exercises that will test whether you really can apply the instrument flying theory you've learned. " PC Pilot Magazine, U.K.

"An amazing product. The advantages of this product, created by and for pilots, are indisputable. A very complete package." Microsimulateur, France


Sim

Here are some of the amazing features of the Sim.


Fly the PA-28 with 'classic' or 'EFIS' cockpit. The full screen instruments are easy to read and scan to make your flight easier.


Or fly a Boeing/Airbus jetliner. Practice normal procedures or simulate engine failures, engine fires, RTO, emergency evacuation, EFATO, GPWS training, windshear training, TCAS training, UPRT, cabin depressurisation & emergency descent training, airspeed unreliable training, unstable approach avoidance, ...

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A revolutionary STARTPOSITION panel allows you to practice any maneuver or procedure within 15 seconds.

3 turbulence modes (light, moderate or severe) and 3 variable wind gust modes can make your flight more challenging and will really improve your instrument scan!


The zoomable Map shows the aircraft's position and flight path, all navaids (VORs, NDBs and ILSs), as well as wind direction and wind speed, drift, track and groundspeed.
Drawing a (yellow) holding on the Map is straightforward. You can draw a left-hand or right-hand holding at any navaid in any direction and change the size.


A zoomable Vertical Map shows the ILS and outer marker.


IFR Training Details

70 IFR exercises are included to let you practice IFR procedures. Learn about:
-
Reciprocal
- Best angle and rate of climb
- Variation, true and magnetic North
- Altitude, height
- Relation between Inch Hg, mbar and feet
- Influence of wind, crosswind component, 1-in-60 rule, wind correction depending on speed
- Heading to fly a track
- Relative bearing, bearing, QDM, QDR
- VOR, radials, course, CDI, HSI, RMI, DME
- Tracking to and from a VOR and NDB
- Interceptions, DME arcs
- Holdings, OTIX, and direct, teardrop and parallel entry
- ETA vs EAT
- Planning minima
- ILS: how to fly a localiser and how to fly a glideslope
- Approach ban
- MSA
- Cold temperature corrections
- FAP vs FAF
- NPA: localiser, VOR and NDB approach
- DA vs MDA
- MAP, VDP, CDFA
- LVP and visible part of approach lights
- SID, climb gradient and minimum ROC
- All codes of METAR and TAF, sigificant weather, snowtam, sigmet

Jetliner Training Details

40 jetliner exercises are included to let you practice maneuvers and rehearse memory items like:
- Normal takeoff
- Climbing, descending
- Accelerating, decelerating
- Climb with NADP (Noise Abatement Departure Procedure)
- RTO (Rejected TakeOff), EFATO (Engine Failure After TakeOff) with EFP (Engine Failure Procedure)
- Emergency evacuation
- Engine fail, severe damage, separation and fire
- ILS, Localiser, VOR and NDB approach with all engines and with one engine inoperative
- Go-around with all engines and with one engine inoperative
- Unstable approach avoidance
- Unreliable airspeed
- GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System) and EGPWS (Enhanced GPWS)
- Windshear recovery
- TCAS RA (Traffic Collision Avoidance System - Resolution Advisory)
- UPRT (Upset Prevention and Recovery Training)
- Depressurisation, emergency descent

All the above maneuvers are explained in detail in this manual!
Furthermore you will learn about:
- SI, ISA, trigonometry
- ROC calculation
- Vref and Vapp
- CUSTAT and FEWA
- Engine inoperative segments
- Difference between IAS, CAS, EAS and TAS
- Mach number
- Crossover altitude
- Driftdown methods
- RVSM
- Drag curve, power curve
- vx, vy, vMD, vL/Dmax , minimum descent angle, max endurance speed
- Max range speed
- CG location
- Descent calculation, energy management
- Stable approach criteria
- Approach speed


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Flight Preparation included

A fast, easy and safe calculation of Navigation Log + Mass & Balance + Conversions! Now it only takes seconds to prepare a flight!

Navigation log

The Navigation Log will automatically calculate your flight log: wind drift and wind correction angle, groundspeed, elapsed time and even cruise fuel consumption for each flight leg, as well as the total flight time and total cruise fuel consumption. It’s also very handy to make last minute changes. Did the wind change? No problem: insert the new wind, click the button, print the flight log and you are ready to go!

Mass & Balance

The Mass & Balance program will automatically calculate the mass and CG (centre of gravity) of the aircraft. It’s very handy to reposition passengers and luggage or adjust the fuel and immediately see how this affects mass and CG. It can be used for any type of airplane, single or multi-engine, that can carry up to 6 persons. It can be printed and saved.

Conversions

Whether you want to convert nautical miles into kilometers or pounds into kilograms. The program includes more than 90 2-way conversions (180 conversions total).

IFR Simulator reviews

"An ideal tool for serious students of fixed-wing instrument flying. The printed material provides an excellent summary of the theory of instrument flying, punctuated with valuable suggestions and hints. It also links effectively with the simulator's programmed exercises that will test whether you really can apply the instrument flying theory you've learned. "

Review of CockpitWeb Sim by PC Pilot Magazine, U.K.

"An amazing product. The advantages of this product, created by and for pilots, are indisputable. A very complete package."

Microsimulateur, France

Review of CockpitWeb Sim by MICROSIMULATEUR magazine, France, the former French flight simulation magazine.

 

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