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FAA Approved Rotary Wing Simulator
Engineered to be the best value BATD the TouchTrainer FM 210 Flight Simulator provides an ergonomic side by side, dual controlled, immersive cockpit with aviation headset communications, audio simulation, on board instructor's station and a massive 64 square feet of wrap around visual display that makes it the simulator to bring students to your school and keep them coming. Designed to be introduced in the first stages of a pilot's aviation experience integrating ground school, aircraft control skills, and procedure training immediately from the first instructional session. Use the FM 210 in your curriculum to teach basic and advanced procedures, hovering techniques, hover taxi, transition to flight as well as advanced subjects like settling under power, autorotations and run on landings.
originally posted by: Slanter
Look up some of the games made by "Digital Combat Simulator" (DCS). They made preposterously complicated simulators for various combat and non-combat aircraft. Every button and switch is faithfully represented in the cockpit, and in full realism you have to go flip every switch that you'd need to flip on a real helicopter just to get the rotors to start turning.
I'd recommend DCS: UH-1H Huey, or the gazelle, as I think their systems might be a bit less complicated than the Hind or the Blackshark sims.