Entities such as the NTSB have been using the software, which the company is now making available to the general public.
The sim will be a at the Centre for Aviation on several projects.
The Swiss company, which uses a sim based on Aerofly FS2, is bringing VR training for the H125 to the US.
The fictional airport will allow users to have fun with the upcoming VSKYLABS “dune buggy” (yes, you read it correctly, a car) but it is mainly focused on “helicopter and other STOL/VTOL operations and training”.
The new program, available for free to anyone who joins Boston Virtual ARTCC (BVA), is designed to teach safe and efficient aircraft operation within the virtual air traffic control system.
The Australian company has been awarded a contract to deliver over 30 sims at Fort Rucker, Alabama.