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Glass Simulator Center

Sugar Grove, Illinois

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Glass Simulator Center is an advanced simulator training facility located on the Chicago/Aurora Airport providing insurance approved initial and recurrent training along with technically advanced aircraft (TAA) training.

The Training Devices at Glass Simulator Center include:

  • Beechcraft King Air 200 Simulator
  • Citation 500 Simulator
  • Frasca 142 TruFlite capable of duplicating ether single or multi engine piston aircraft.
  • Frasca Mentor, a Garmin 1000 Glass panel technically advanced aircraft (TAA) set in a Cessna 172
  • Frasca 141 for teaching primary instrument flight control

CONTACT DETAILS

Glass Simulator Center
Aurora Airport
43W450 U.S. Highway 30
Sugar Grove, Illinois, 60554
United States

+1 (630) 466-7100

www.glasssimulator.com

TRAINING PROGRAMS & FACILITIES

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Citation 500 King Air 200

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