Training Airline Pilots

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What are the advantages of using aircraft simulators?
save money and are much safer.
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What replaces the windows inside?
Computer Screens
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What is the simulator programmed to do?
to train student pilots and to provide continued training to experienced pilots in a range of 'real life' situations.
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Give examples of some of these 'real life' situations?
landing a plane on an icy runway and turbulence, thunder storms and snowstorms.
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How can the pilot get feedback from this?
All the pilot's actions are recorded by the computer system.
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What is meant by feedback?
A situation where the output can influence further inputs.
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What replaces the windows inside?

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Computer Screens

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What is the simulator programmed to do?

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Give examples of some of these 'real life' situations?

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How can the pilot get feedback from this?

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