The Xwind simulator is also used by the specialised crosswind training centre Crosswind Concept in Centennial Airport to the south of Denver.
Not only has it helped advanced pilots but has also saved the careers of student pilots who were about to give up their dream of flying due to delays in achieving the level required for their first Solo.
The simulator is also used as a training device by the Colorado Wing of the American Civil Air Patrol (COWG). The Civil Air Patrol operates in the area of the Rocky Mountains and is composed of 35 squadrons divided into three groups around Colorado.
With this simulator, which complements the training of our students, and the continuous practice of instructors, it is possible to obtain the highest safety standards in all types of adverse cross-wind conditions.