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ELITE Releases Instrument Approach Scenarios

Last updated Thu, 28 Jan 2016 14:33:58 GMT
Originally posted on Wed, 23 Jul 2003 19:20:47 GMT

ELITE Simulation Solutions has just released its latest ATC guided add-on, Instrument Approach Scenarios. This new generation IFR training aid offers more interactive, more challenging and more educational scenarios. For full details, click on Read More.

ORLANDO, FL.  (July 2003) ELITE Simulation Solutions announces the release of its newest ATC-guided add-on, Instrument Approach Scenarios.

Building on the popularity of its ATC Scenarios Southern California add-on package, ELITE announces a NEW generation approach scenarios product. The name has changed and so have the scenarios!

ELITE's new "Instrument Approach Scenarios" is improved and better than ever. The new scenarios have been designed to be more interactive, more challenging, and more educational. Instrument Approach Scenarios allows you to practice realistic approaches in a real-time, non-threatening environment. These interactive scenarios are driven by the voices of authentic controllers who will expose you to a variety of approaches with realistic, and often challenging, clearances. You'll get holds, missed approaches,full approaches with procedure turns, and more.Also new are the ability to acknowledge specific ATC requests when necessary and the option to invite a virtual instructor into the cockpit to provide tips when needed and help with the radios. In addition,Instrument Approach Scenarios will introduce a variety of surprises (situations that you may not get the chance to fly very often in the real world, but need to be prepared for regardless). This is simply the safest and most efficient way to experience, practice and perfect all aspects of approaches under simulated IFR conditions.

ELITE is currently busy working on several additional Instrument Approach Scenarios regions but the first of these new generation packages, EC-3 (Wisconsin / Illinois) and SE-3 (Florida), are available now for 79.95 each.

ELITE will be demonstrating the new scenario packages for the first time at AirVenture 2003 (Oshkosh). Visit them at booth 4020 to experience this new product firsthand. 

For over 15 years, ELITE Simulation Solutions has been the most trusted name in PC-based IFR flight simulation. ELITE=92s simulation products represent a wide variety of software and hardware options for personal and professional use. Used by more aviation universities, aviation academies and flight schools worldwide, ELITE PCATDs have provided pilots with the ultimate training and proficiency tool helping them become better, safer, and more confident instrument pilots.

For more information about the ELITE Instrument Approach Scenarios or other simulation training solutions, call toll free 800-557-7590 or visit www.flyelite.com.

Interview/Information Contact:  Fred Zanegood, Director of Marketing
Telephone:  407-277-7700 ext 205
FAX:  407-277-7623
Email:  fred@flyelite.com

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Ian Stephens

About Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation enthusiast also with a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

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