This Paper presents a critical analysis of the classical procedure of training pilots on Full Flight Simulators (FFS), and developed new version of the procedure of instructor’s actions during simulator training. The developed procedure will change an instructor’s position as person, who sets parameters before and during performing exercise, to a person as involved participant, who is waiting for a forthcoming training flight circumstances together with the crew. This developed procedure implies a rearrangement of specific operations from the instructor on the software, and also the availability of an alternative monitor, on which the most significant events (selected for specific exercises and situations) of training flight will be displayed. The developed procedure of instructor’s actions is aimed to reduce the quantity of processed information and actions, which will lead to increase of instructor's work efficiency, as a result of lowering of a level of fatigability.
(2015). Psychological Aspects of the Organization of Information at the Instructor’s Flight Simulator Workplace. 18th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 225-229.