The Aerosim Checkride CRJ200 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch provides pilots with a self-study tool to help prepare for the oral exam and checkride through an educational cockpit experience. Checkride provides cockpit panel information ensuring accuracy and clear functional descriptions of each switch, pushbutton, and light/annunciator.
This feature helps pilots become familiar with the panel functionality without pulling out bulky aircraft manuals and paper cockpit posters. This tool reduces study time preparations by bringing the aircraft manual information together in an easy-to-use, efficient app that truly prepares pilots for the oral exam and checkride.
Features & Benefits:
• Aircraft cockpit data at your fingertips – study anywhere with the use of this educational app
• Pan and zoom capabilities
• Cockpit panel location and familiarization
• Functional description of each switch, pushbutton, and light/annunciator
• High fidelity graphics
• Add and save notes
• Help tutorial
• Quick study tool for oral exam and checkride preparation – quiz yourself on cockpit switches, lights, and other indications
• Practice cockpit flow patterns
Note: The aircraft manufacturer offers slightly different cockpit configurations, layouts, and/or options to their customers. The graphics and related descriptions used in this application represent a specific configuration and may not exactly correspond to your respective aircraft.
Updated for iOS 8
Ratings and Reviews
Has its uses but could use some work
It's a work in progress as I see it. While this app does seem to have accurate information from what I have explored. There could be some more useful functionality added to this with ease. For starters they have a notepad that allows you to add notes to switches then highlights them blue so you can click on them and read the notes. This is a nice function for making notes about switches and buttons. With a little extra coding I'm sure though they could make it so much more. If they could let your create multiple notepads and store them on the side it would effectively let you create flows to study based on how your company flys. A little more coding and I'm sure you could have it remember the order in which you pressed the button (similar to how a key logger works) so that it could play the button selection order back to you as a flow using the same highlighting it already has (think of the game "Simon"). As far as the other commenter that complained about this having no flows he is right but this app does not deserve a 1 star for that. This is a check ride prep supplement not a flow trainer as it currently is. The information is fairly basic but does help with overall cockpit awareness and with the correct airline training manuals you can makes this a nice supplement to your training.
APU LCV light switch is incorrect.
A great app
I purchased this to help study for recurrent training and I am very pleased. The app works well and looks great. The ability to add your own notes to any switch or button is a terrific feature and allows you to add company restrictions, mnemonic devices, etc. Overall I'm very pleased and I highly recommend this to any 200 driver.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.