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Training Aircraft

The school has assembled a unique and diverse fleet of 27 aircraft with 14 jet trainers, two transonic fighters, a seaplane and a several helicopters. Training types include the British Hawker Hunter T.7, Aero Vodochody L-39C and L-29, Bombardier Challenger, Embraer Phenom 100 and 300 models, as well as MBB Bo 105M and Bell 206B3 helicopters, among others.

The L-39 Albatros fleet has been upgraded with full-colour touchscreen displays and hands-on throttle and stick controls. Simulation is heavily incorporated into all training programs, and the school employs virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR) to boost training effectiveness.


ITPS puts the emphasis on technology. The school employs modern avionics, head-up display (HUD) technology, tactical datalink, live virtual constructive training (LVCT) and advanced simulation systems to enhance its flight test training programs. Simulators – including F-16C, F/A-18E, F-35, Boeing 787, AH-64D/E and AW139 units – are used throughout the test pilot and flight test engineer training programmes.

They facilitate instruction in electronic flight information and HUD systems evaluation, fly-by-wire flight control laws, autopilot and flight management systems assessment. ITPS has also contracted with CAE’s Toronto training centre to access a number of simulators for test pilot school exercises.


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