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Diamond Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTD)
As aviation pioneers we are used going beyond the expected and have taken flight training to the next level. Only Diamond Aircraft offers a complete line-up of type-specific flight training simulators. Operators and students alike benefit from economical practice time, including honing skills for emergency situations that can be scheduled irrespective of weather conditions. Built with real avionics, high-end visuals and sophisticated instructor operating stations, our Simulators increase safety, efficiency and effectiveness plus offer a cleaner, greener way to train.


The IOS - designed for pleasant and efficient work environment for instructors
The FSTD is equipped with an IOS cabin including two 19” touch screen monitors and a laser printer. The IOS cabin is enclosed on all sides with a sliding door at the rear end. It includes a desk and book shelves at the right (standard) or left side and dimmable ceiling lights.
A highly recommended option is the flight instructor workstation (FIWS) which is a small desk just behind the crew seats. It allows the instructor to operate from a position directly behind the pilots while having a good view into the cockpit and full control over the simulation. The FIWS is equipped with two touch screen monitors on swivel arms and a retractable keyboard.

IOS Software
The comprehensive IOS software provides the flight instructor the same capabilities as he normally would find in a full flight simulator - no more small icons, no more small buttons to click on with the mouse, but a self- explanatory touch screen system with logical system pages that can be operated intuitively.

Image Generator
The Diamond FSTD comes with the GLOBAL CANVAS image generator (IG). The worldwide resolution of the satellite pictures is 15m per pixel. The image generator can render terrain textures with a resolution of up to 5cm per pixel.
The IG features two-cloud-levels and realistic cumulus clouds. It also includes weather phenomena, such as wind (movement of windsocks), rain, snowfall, and lightning. The standard database includes worldwide satellite image coverage (15m resolution) and worldwide generic representation of airports with “hard” runways.
The image generator contains generic models of all airports with published IFR approaches (Jeppesen ARINC 424 database). Custom airport models can be created on request.
The following display solutions are available:
Cylindrical Screen 200°x35°
Spherical Screen 220°x45°

Conversion Kit for DA42 and DA40. The entire instrument panel is interchangeable between the different configuration and automatic detection of the hardware will load the correspondent simulation software.
The configuration change can be performed within 15 min.
Most National Aviation Authorities will grant full credits for both single-engine and multi-engine IR training.
Flight Instructor Work Station for IOS cabin. This included two touch screen monitors on swivel arms and a retractable keyboard.
The uninterrupted power supply protects your FSTD from occasional power surges and allows a safe shut down of the system in case of prolonged power cuts.
DSIM-DE-ICE (DA42 only)
The TKS anti ice system of the DA42 is fitted to the simulator which includes the original De-Ice panel and the simulation of the system.
Original Garmin GFC 700 integrated in MFD or Replica of Bendix King KAP140.
Aural alerts and all operating modes are simulated.
Custom airport models can be created. This includes high resolution satellite images and exact replication of airport layout. Pricing will depend on airport size and level of detail.
Develop your own flight model and test the effect of different parameters on your simulation using Matlab/Simulink (not included).

The competent partner at your side

GTS – Global Technical Services is your single point of contact for Field Services and After Sales Support of your Diamond FSTD.
The Global Technical Services Department (GTS) helps FSTD operators to navigate the wide range of customer services that the Business Unit Simulation of Diamond Aircraft Industries has designed for you.
The GTS department bases its foundations on the long-lasting experience of DAI in the General Aviation Market. The GTS Team and GTS Contact Centre are located in the Diamond Terminal in Egelsbach (EDFE), Germany a short drive from Frankfurt International Airport.
For technical support please contact or visit our Diamond Simulation Support Portal:

When the hardware is assembled and the software is installed Diamond Aircraft will thoroughly test all components of the FSTD. After the internal test DAI invites the customer for the Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) which will be performed at the DAI Factory in Austria.
After customer acceptance the FSTD will be prepared and packed in special crates for safe shipment. With the installation and delivery service the device will be sent to the final destination. The GTS Team will travel to the customer’s premises and install the device in the simulator room which has been prepared by the customer according to DAI’s documentation (Annex 2).
Disassembly, transportation and installation at new location. Full maintenance check and recurrent QTG check as well as support for requalification after relocation with the national aviation authority.
Minimize your downtime with our maintenance training. We help you in the formation of your simulator engineers. With modern and effective teaching methods as well as a valid simulator maintenance manual designed as an aircraft manual your personnel will be able to operate the system in normal operation and troubleshoot the most common failure mode with the BASIC TRAINING and fix the least predictable with the ADVANCED TRAINING.
We train you to set up your training session, selecting malfunctions, set the weather and all the rest. With our immediate trouble shooting training no session will be interrupted!
To run the automatic QTG it’s easy but could you perform all test manually? With our QTG training we provide the skills to run, evaluate and present the QTG recurrent check to the National Aviation Authority.
Over telephone, e-mail or during our Field Service we identify your needs and address your issues. Check out or GTS price list for more details.
Our FSTDs are designed to last. The extensive use of commercial-off-the-shelf items minimize the downtime and simplify the most common maintenance tasks. Our recommended spare part listing complies with ARINC 434 guidelines and provides you the information to define your stock of simulator parts.
One year or more, with the maintenance contract you have access to free remote support, up to 50% discount on field services and the guarantee to bring back your device into service, any time, any fault should occur. For more details check out our Maintenance Contract.

The FSTD is delivered with the Qualification Test Guide (QTG) containing all information required for qualification in accordance to the respective national requirements and regulations. The QTG contains several tests (objective tests, subjective and function tests) which describe the simulator’s functionalities and behaviour in detail and allow comparison of the simulator’s characteristics with the respective reference data.
The IOS features an Automatic QTG recording tool which allows automatic creation of test reports in pdf format.
MQTG and e-QTG
Our engineers will prepare the master qualification test guide including the statement of compliance section that you will submit to the national aviation authority. With the e-QTG you have access to a 1 hour self executing QTG, your recurrent is only a few clicks away.
We support you during the initial qualification of your FSTD with the authority.
During this important phase our Lead Engineer will answer all technical questions concerning subjective and objective testing, provide explanations and rectify all findings straight away.
Diamond FSTDs comply with regulations from EASA, FAA and all major aviation authorities worldwide.
Your simulator can be qualified as FTD Level 5 or Level 6 FAA 14 CFR Part 60 and as FNPT II according to EASA CS-FSTD(A).
We support you anytime and guide you through the necessary steps!

The FSTD is delivered with the Qualification Test Guide (QTG) containing all information required for qualification in accordance to the respective national requirements and regulations. The QTG contains several tests (objective tests, subjective and function tests) which describe the simulator’s functionalities and behaviour in detail and allow comparison of the simulator’s characteristics with the respective reference data.

The IOS features an Automatic QTG recording tool which allows automatic creation of test reports in pdf format.

MQTG and e-QTG
Our engineers will prepare the master qualification test guide including the statement of compliance section that you will submit to the national aviation authority. With the e-QTG you have access to a 1 hour self executing QTG, your recurrent is only a few clicks away.

Technical Specifications
Flight Simulator Facts & Figures
Dimensions / mass / loading
Minimum FSTD room dimensions
6 m x  5,5 m x 3 m
19,68 ft x 18,04 ft x 9,84 ft
FSTD Cockpit dimensions2 m x 1,20 m x 1,65 m
6,54 ft x 3,93 ft x 5,41 ft

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Bandar udara Segun

Bandar udara Segun atau Segun Airport adalah bandara yang terletak di Kel. Segun, Kec. Segun, Kab. Sorong, Papua Barat. Bandara Segun memiliki landasan pacu/ runway ukuran/ dimension Ukuran / dimension : 1.200 m x 30 m dengan total area : 36.000 m2. Landasan parkir/ apron Ukuran / dimension : 150 m x 90 m m dengan total area : 13.500 m2
Bandar Udara Segun adalah sebuah bandar Udara yang direncanakan untuk dibangun di Distrik Segun, Kabupaten Sorong, Provinsi Papua Barat. Bandara ini dibangun sebagai pintu gerbang perekonomian bagi Kabupaten Sorong, selain dermaga arar. Bandara ini pun dibangun guna menunjang fasilitas-fasilitas transportasi yang ada di Kabupaten Sorong dan juga bagi Negara Republik Indonesia. Bandara ini ditargetkan pembangunannya selesai pada akhir tahun 2016, dan dapat didarati pesawat sejenis ATR 42.

Tentang Bandar Udara Ransiki

Bandar Udara Ransiki atau Bandar Udara Abresso atau Ransiki Airport adalah bandara yang terletak
di Kel. Ransiki Kota, Kec. Ransiki, Kab. Manokwari, Papua Barat. 
Bandara Ransiki memiliki landasan pacu/ runway ukuran/ dimension Ukuran / dimension : 1.050 m x 30 m dengan total area : 31.500 m2
Bekas lapangan terbang yang dibangun tentara Belanda di Kampung Abresso Distrik Ransiki, Kabupaten Manokwari Selatan, Papua Barat.

Diamond DA62

DA62 - The ultimate flying machine – speed, style and space for 7. The DA62 moves more passengers and equipment further and faster than anything else in its class, with exceptional fuel efficiency, luxury and twin-engine security.
Space. Performance. Efficiency. Luxury.
The Ultimate Flying Machine

- 7 place, three-row seating
- Excellent cabin access
- Luxurious leather interior
- G1000NXi with 3-axis GFC700 & Yaw Damper
- Twin 180hp jet fuel AE330 engines
- Superb performance in all phases of flight
- High fuel efficiency
- TKS known ice protection (FIKI)

The all new DA62 fills the gap between high performance single pistons and entry level turboprops. With a spacious cabin, offering optional three row seven passenger seating, excellent payload and exceptionally low fuel burn, the DA62 is best described as a flying luxury SUV.
The DA62 represents the ultimate development of Diamond’s piston aircraft line, incorporating decades of experience in certified composite airplane construction, safety, jet fuel piston powerplants and advanced avionics integration.
The DA62 will impress pilots looking for more seats and utility, as well as charter operators and corporate flight departments wanting to complement their larger aircraft with a low cost alternative for shorter trips.
The performance, stability, handling characteristics and ease of operation of the DA62 make it easy to transition from single engine to twin. Excellent single engine performance offers a wide margin of safety that single engine aircraft simply do not have. Especially when flying in inclement weather, over inhospitable terrain, over water and at night, nothing beats the safety of continued flight in case of engine failure.

The DA62 spoils pilots and passengers alike, with an extra-large cabin, generous and adjustable front seats, a 60/40 split folding three seat second row bench and optional folding two seat third row bench.
Comfortable access for all on board is assured through the two forward gull wing doors and the huge rear door that provides access to all rear seats. Baggage is stowed in the generous nose compartments and cabin, offering maximum loading flexibility for any mission. Luxury features abound throughout, including premium interiors in several styles, colors and materials, all LED interior lighting, optional electric air conditioning and more.
The sleek all carbon composite airframe incorporates advanced aerodynamics with the latest in passive safety technology for high performance, great efficiency and superior occupant protection. Further enhancing the dynamic and elegant lines, are the unlimited choices of available colors and paint designs.

Currently Approved Colours

Interested in other colours or custom schemes, please contact our sales representatives to discuss further.

The turbocharged Austro AE330 jet fuel piston engines perfectly match the DA62’s aerodynamically efficient airframe, burning only 17.1 gph, combined, at a high speed cruise of 192 ktas, and little as 9 gph at max endurance speed.
Control is jet-engine simple, with each engine / propeller combination controlled by a single power lever and power settings displayed in % power. Simplified power control means that you can focus on more important things – and that is not just more convenient, but safer too.
The 3 blade MT hydraulic constant speed propellers feature advanced blade geometry for efficient performance, smoothness and low noise. They are automatically controlled by each engine’s digital engine control through conventional hydraulic governors. Feathering is as simple as flipping a single switch.
The DA62’s AE330 180 hp jet fuel piston engines are a refinement of the well proven AE300 170 hp engine, in service in Diamond’s DA40 and DA42 since 2009. With over 1,200 engines in service and a total fleet time of well over 600,000 hrs as of November 2015, the AE300 has proven itself to be smooth, reliable and efficient.
Austro Engines and MT Propellers are supported by North American based factory support and parts centres and a network of Authorized Service Centres.
For more information our sister company Austro Engines please click here.

The fully integrated Garmin G1000NXi flight deck with standard 3-axis GFC700 Automated Flight Control System and yaw damper and Electronic Stability and Protection, is complemented by a long list of avionics options to perfectly suit your mission. Integrated weather radar, normally available only on much more expensive aircraft, is available as are Traffic Alerting, Synthetic Vision, and much more. The Line Replaceable Units (LRU’s) are located in a dedicated and externally accessible forward avionics bay, for ease of maintenance and trouble shooting.

Diamond’s industry-leading safety record is the result of our commitment to protecting you and your passengers with a long list of active and passive safety features.
Active safety features help to avoid accidents in the first place, the first and most important line of defence. Passive safety features are designed to minimize the probability and degree of injury, in case the unexpected happens.
The DA62 offers the ultimate in handling, stability and control, ease of operation and structural, system and propulsion redundancies, all coupled with a high degree of crashworthiness.

- Airframe & Powerplant
- 2 x 180hp Austro Engine AE330 jet fuel piston engines
- FADEC single lever power controls
- 2 x MT 3-blade constant speed propeller
- All carbon airframe structure
- Multi-path lightning protection system
- Hydraulic retractable landing gear
- Electric flap system
- 26g cabin and seats
- Premium leather interior
- Reclining pilot and co-pilot seats with adjustable lumbar support
- 3-point automatic reel seat belts (all seats)
- Electrically adjustable rudder pedals
- Power and USB outlets
- Overhead LED cabin lights
- HID-Xenon landing and taxi lights
- LED position and strobe lights
- Left and right nose baggage compartments

GARMIN G1000NXi glass cockpit with:
- 10-inch primary flight and multifunction displays
- GFC700 3 axis AFCS with yaw damper
- ESP (electronic stability & protection)
- GEA 71 airframe/engine interface unit
- Dual GIA 63WAAS Com/Nav/GPS/GS/Loc
- GMA1347 digital audio system
- GTX 335R Mode S Transponder (ADS-B Out)
- GDC72 digital air data computer
- GCU 476 keypad
- GMU44 magnetometer
MID CONTINENT MD-302 SAM digital standby attitude module
Kannad 406 AF-Compact Emergency Locator Transmitter

Avionics Options
Garmin GWX70 weather radar, 20 lbs
Garmin GSR56 iridium satlink (subscr. req), 2 lbs
Garmin GDL69A satlink – XM weather & radio (subscr. req), 7 lbs
Garmin GTX 33ES transponder (ADS-B out), 0 lbs
Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), 0 lbs
Avidyne TWX670 tactical weather detection system, 7 lbs
Avidyne TAS605 traffic advisory system, 15 lbs
Jeppesen ChartView approach plates (subscr. req), 0 lbs

Airframe Options
Electric air conditioning, 90 lbs
TKS ice protection system (FIKI), 55 lbs
Integrated oxygen system, 31 lbs
AmSafe airbag seatbelts, 5 lbs
Metallic two-tone paint, 22 lbs
3rd row seatbench with folding seatback, 55 lbs


Specifications subject to change without notice. Always consult the Aircraft Flight Manual.
Max Take-off Weight 5,071 lbs
Max Zero Fuel Weight 4,850 lbs
Max Landing Weight 5,071 lbs
Standard Empty Weight1 3,461 lbs
Useful Load1 1,609 lbs
Max Fuel Weight1, 2 605 lbs
Full Fuel Payload1, 2 1,004 lbs
1, 2 Weights and Loads shown are for standard configuration. Selection of optional features may affect these weights. S/N specific Production variances can occur. 2 Fuel density assumed at 7.01 lbs / USG

Approved Fuels JET A-1, JET A, JP-8, others per AFM
Fuel capacity 89 USG
Fuel, Unusable 2.6 USG

Vne 205 KIAS
Vmc 70 KIAS (Flaps T/O)
Vr 78 KIAS (Flaps T/O)

Landing Gear Speed Limits
Extension Vloe 205 KIAS
Retraction Vlor 162 KIAS

Flap Speed Limits
Vf1 (T/O) 136 KIAS
Vf2 (LDG) 119 KIAS
Max Demonstrated Cross Wind 25 kts

Cruise Performance
High Speed Cruise1 192 ktas @ 87% Power / 17.1 gph (16,000 ft, ISA)
Economy Cruise1 159 ktas @ 60% Power / 11.8 gph (12,000 ft, ISA)
Max Endurance2 9.5 hrs @ 45% Power / 9.0 gph (16,000 ft, ISA)
Max Range2 1345nm @ 50% Power / 9.7gph (16,000 ft, ISA)
1 at 4,400 lbs
2 No reserve

Runway Performance
T/O Dist @ 4,400lbs (grnd roll / over 50ft obst)
1263ft / 2093ft
T/O Dist @ MTOW (grnd roll / over 50ft obst)
1575ft / 2733ft
LDG Dist @ 4,400lbs (grnd roll / over 50ft obst)
1257ft / 2316ft
LDG Dist @ MTOW (grnd roll / over 50ft obst)
1447ft / 2556ft

Climb Rate
1,200 fpm @ 92% power1 6000' Density Altitude, ISA
1,320 fpm @ 100% power1 Sea Level, ISA
1 @ 4,400 lbs

Certified Ceiling, Normal Ops 20,000 ft
Certified Ceiling, Single Engine 13,000 ft



Gulfstream IV

The Gulfstream IV (or G-IV or GIV) and derivatives are a family of twin-jet aircraft, mainly for private or business use. The aircraft was designed and built by Gulfstream Aerospace, a General Dynamics company based in Savannah, Georgia, United States from 1985 until 2003. Over 535 aircraft of this type have been produced. The first GIV made its maiden flight on September 19, 1985. The model received type certification from the FAA in April 1987. The G-IV entered into service with serial number 1000 in 1987 and was upgraded to the special purpose GIV-SP version at serial number 1214 in 1993. It was later redesignated G400 at serial number 1500. A shorter range variant was created based on the GIV and given the G300 designation in 2002.

Technical Specifications


  • Exterior Height: 24 ft 5 in
  • Wing Span: 77 ft 10 in
  • Length: 88 ft 4 in


  • Cabin Height: 6 ft 1 In
  • Cabin Width: 7 ft 3 In
  • Cabin Length: 45 ft 1 In
  • Cabin Volume: 1658 cu ft
  • Internal Baggage: 169 cu ft


  • Crew: 2
  • Passengers: 13

Operating Weights

  • Max T/O Weight: 73200 Lb
  • Max Landing Weight: 58500 Lb
  • Operating Weight: 43100 Lb
  • Empty Weight: 35500 Lb
  • Fuel Capacity: 29280 lbs Lb
  • Payload W/Full Fuel: 1220 Lb
  • Max Payload: 3400 Lb


  • Normal Range: 3800 nm
  • Max Range: 4200 nm
  • Service Ceiling: 45000 ft


  • Balanced Field Length: 5700 ft
  • Landing Distance: 4992 ft


  • Rate of Climb: 4219 fpm
  • Climb Rate One Engine Inop: 1068 fpm
  • Max Speed: 500 kts
  • Normal Cruise: 476 kts
  • Economy Cruise: 445 kts
  • Cost per Hour: $ 5,591.02

Power Plant

  • Engines: 2
  • Engine Mfg: Rolls Royce
  • Engine Model: TAY 611-8

Gulfstream III

The Gulfstream G-III is the third generation of a very successful family line of private jets. Gulfstream Aerospace Corp designed the Gulfstream G-III to be similar to the GII (of which more than 250 models were sold), but better. The G-III can fly 4,600 miles (4,000 nautical miles) at a speed of .84 Mach while carrying eight passengers. Alternately, it can fly 4,140 miles (3,600 nautical miles) at the same speed with twice the amount of passengers.
In addition to the much roomier cockpit, pilots should appreciate the new avionics system. A Dual Sperry ED-800 electronic flight instrumentation system coupled with a Sperry Primus 800 multifunctional display and a four-screen EFIS dominate the flight deck. Standard equipment includes three Honeywell laser gyros (which are lighter and more reliable than mechanical gyros), a Sperry SPZ800 flight director system, Global GNS 1000 FMS, a Sperry Primus 800 color weather radar, as well as all necessary communication and situation awareness equipment.
The cabin of the G-III usually holds fourteen to nineteen passengers, but it can be configured to hold up to nineteen in a high-density layout. The cabin has sufficiently spacious dimensions: 41.3 feet long, 6.1 feet high, and 7.3 feet wide, totaling a cabin volume of 1,345 cubic feet. Standard amenities include a full-sized galley with a refrigerator, coffee, maker, and the usual food preparation equipment.

Technical Specifications


  • Exterior Height: 24 ft 5 in
  • Wing Span: 77 ft 10 in
  • Length: 83 ft 1 in


  • Cabin Height: 6 ft 1 In
  • Cabin Width: 7 ft 3 In
  • Cabin Length: 41 ft 3 In
  • Cabin Volume: 1306 cu ft
  • Internal Baggage: 157 cu ft


  • Crew: 2
  • Passengers: 14

Operating Weights

  • Max T/O Weight: 69700 Lb
  • Max Landing Weight: 58500 Lb
  • Operating Weight: 39500 Lb
  • Empty Weight: 38000 Lb
  • Fuel Capacity: 28090 lbs Lb
  • Payload W/Full Fuel: 2610 Lb
  • Max Payload: 4500 Lb


  • Normal Range: 3460 nm
  • Max Range: 3750 nm
  • Service Ceiling: 45000 ft


  • Balanced Field Length: 5400 ft
  • Landing Distance: 4417 ft


  • Rate of Climb: 4210 fpm
  • Climb Rate One Engine Inop: 1470 fpm
  • Max Speed: 500 kts
  • Normal Cruise: 478 kts
  • Economy Cruise: 427 kts
  • Cost per Hour: $ 6,321.56

Power Plant

  • Engines: 2
  • Engine Mfg: Rolls Royce
  • Engine Model: SPEY 511-8
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