The Russian Ministry of Defense is planning to order Dinamika a series of simulators for the Mi-24P helicopter, which constitutes the backbone of Russia’s military aircraft fleet. Recently, Dinamika has been awarded a contract with the Ministry of Defense for the delivery of a full-mission Mi-24P simulator to be used by the Russian Air Force.
The simulator allows pilot training and proficiency assessment in a full range of day- and nighttime flight and daytime combat missions using standard airborne armaments. What sets the simulator apart is the precisely replicated configuration of both cockpits that provide a realistic environment for the crews to practice any tasks involving usage of airborne armaments. The simulator provides more than 90% of pilot training tasks.
With the State testing procedure successfully completed, the full-mission Mi-24P simulator has been approved for serial production.