The Cirrus SR Series Enterprise G1000 Simulator is a turnkey AATD designed to meet the rigorous requirements of flight schools and universities.
Cirrus owners find it’s the perfect tool to maintain their proficiency and is well worth their investment.
Flight schools use it as an integral part of their Cirrus programs and love the revenue it generates.
The Features that Matter Most to You
Our proprietary Cirrus Perspective+ avionics simulation replicates SR20/SR22 Perspective+ features and functionality with exacting detail. You’ll find:
- Full WAAS approach support including LP, LNAV, LNAV/VNAV, and LPV approaches.
- VNAV that works just like it does the airplane.
- Robust flight planning, with airways.
- Simulated ADS-B traffic.
- Taxi charts (US and Europe only).
- Aural and visual TAWS-B and obstacle alerts (North and Central America only).
- Synthetic terrain (optional).
The sim’s heavy duty hardware components are SR20/SR22 G6-specific, and work like their real-world counterparts to build muscle memory and minimize negative transfer of skill. They’re engineered for heavy use in a commercial environment and include:
- A high-fidelity Cirrus-style side stick.
- SR20/SR22-specific buttons, switches, knobs, and backup instruments.
- Perspective-style G6 (QWERTY) keyboard and autopilot controller.
- A Cirrus-style power lever with TO/GA switch, and mixture control.
- A CAPS system with realistic 45 lbs. of force handle functionality.
Cirrus-style side stick
SR20/SR22-specific buttons, switches, knobs, and backup instruments.
Perspective-style G6 (QWERTY) keyboard and autopilot controller
Cirrus-style power lever
CAPS handle requiring 45 lbs. of force
And Everything Else You Expect
The Cirrus SR Series Enterprise G1000 Simulator fully complies with the FAA’s criteria for an Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD), including aircraft-specific instruments and controls, a visual simulation with realistic cues near airports in all conditions, and a separate instructor station. Students can log time as they learn to operate single-pilot IFR in high-workload and high-density environments with more confidence.
The hardware is mounted on a heavy-duty, fully-assembled metal fixed-base platform with integrated 110v power.
The visual simulation is displayed on a high-resolution widescreen LED monitor and supports every VFR or IFR training scenario you could dream up. It’s a robust simulation of the entire planet including more than 24,900 airports, weather, continuous time of day, seasons, and a variety of lighting effects.
The flight dynamics are based on real performance specifications for the Cirrus SR20, SR22, or SR22T, to ensure the simulator flies like the aircraft it’s simulating.
The Instructor/Operator Station (IOS) features proprietary software that gives instructors professional-quality tools for monitoring, instruction, and analysis during a training session. It has features you’d find in a multimillion-dollar simulator, including an interactive moving map display and a sophisticated flight data recorder.
Customer support options include a standard factory warranty, support plans to keep your software up-to-date and minimize downtime, easy-to-install updates, remote support, and an online Customer Support Portal.
See Our Cirrus Simulators in Action
Mike Goulian Aviation
Discover how instructors at Mike Goulian Aviation in Bedford, MA use the Cirrus SR Series Enterprise G1000 Simulator to help their students maintain currency/proficiency and increase their systems and instrumentation knowledge:
Watch an episode of "The Cirrus Minute" to see how Pilotsmith in Greenbay, WI is using the Cirrus SR20/SR22/SR22T Enterprise G1000 Simulator in their flight school:
Simulator (fixed-base platform)
Width: 36 inches (91 cm) / 34 inches (86 cm) without handles
Depth: 58 inches (147 cm)
Height: 70 3/4 inches (180 cm) to top of CAPS riser / 67 inches (170 cm) to top of monitor
Electrical requirement: One standard U.S. 110 volt 20 amp circuit
Flight1 Aviation Technologies products are not offered in affiliation with, nor endorsed by, Garmin.
Flight1 Aviation Technologies is solely responsible for the performance of our products. Our products, both software and hardware, are supported directly by us. We do not contract support from any third party.
There are many versions of the G1000 avionics suite. Flight1 Aviation Technologies simulates the G1000 for the purposes of pilot flight training. Our software is customized to address different aircraft manufacturer implementations. However, we cannot guarantee our software exactly matches every possible feature of any given G1000 implementation.