We’re at FlightSafety International’s Teterboro learning center to spend some time in a Falcon 900EX level D simulator to learn about how to fly into some of the toughest airports in the world.
These airports are difficult to fly in and out of because of high terrain surrounding the airports, challenging local weather conditions, and constraints on engine-out departure and missed-approach procedures.
FlightSafety’s Aspen course, which includes an online ground school and simulator training, takes about 4 hours. In this video, we’re going to practice some of the maneuvers covered in the FlightSafety training, including a missed approach after an approach to Aspen.
If you missed them, check out videos about Chambéry, France (https://youtu.be/HkSRewgyKXY), and London City in the UK (https://youtu.be/--1V2GCfjFw), and Kathmandu, Nepal (https://youtu.be/24Na6nLE_q0).