To ensure your FAA-approved Enterprise G1000 Simulator arrives safe, damage-free, and on time, we don’t use common carriers. You’ll have two choices regarding shipping and assembly.


Option 1: Specialty Shipping

Your simulator will be shipped to you via a specialty packaging, crating, and shipping company. A custom-built crate will contain the simulator and instructor station components. The crate will be delivered to your commercial loading dock, or gently set on the ground curbside at a residential address. It can be moved into your facility or home for an additional fee. The scenery monitor and instructor station mobile cart will be drop-shipped and will arrive separately.

Careful unpacking, and some assembly, is required. Easy-to-read documentation and clear labelling of components and cables make it easy for you to assemble the simulator and instructor station. You’ll need three to four people able to lift at least 50 pounds each, moving dollies or plastic furniture sliders, a #2 Phillips-head screwdriver, and a power drill with a #2 Phillips-head screwdriver bit. By prior arrangement, and for an additional fee, the specialty freight company can remove the contents of the crate for you, position the simulator, and haul away the packaging.



Option 2: Flight1 Tech Delivery

If your business or home is within a 400-mile radius of our facility in Wabash, IN, you can take advantage of our “White Glove Delivery Service” for an additional fee.


This is a great option if you’d prefer to have the simulator set up for you, and if you want some expert in-person assistance as you get started. Your simulator will be hand delivered by the Flight1 Tech team in a Flight1 Tech trailer. The team will unpack the simulator, set it up for you, and haul away the shipping materials. Additionally, you’ll receive some hands-on instruction on the basics of operating the simulator.


Enterprise G1000 Simulator Shipping and Assembly Information

Download Enterprise G1000 Simulator Shipping and Assembly Brochure (PDF)