With an exclusive combination of brand new devices, services and airtime plans created with training in mind, flight training providers can now provide their instructors and students with the very best for the lowest possible cost.
As a Flight Training provider, the safety of your students is your greatest concern. TracPlus helps to keep your students, and your reputation, safe by providing accurate real-time tracking on every solo flight with position reporting every 15 seconds — that’s a search area of less than one square kilometer.
Help your students get the most out of their flying time using post-flight analysis. With TracPlus, your instructors and students can review any flight on screen, as well as automatically receive flight reports showing track flown as well as altitude, terrain, track and speed graphs, with highly accurate flight and engine run times.
You need a tracking partner who understands that every dollar counts. Our portable tracking devices can be easily switched between aircraft. With unlimited tracking in cellular coverage, there’s no need to turn off tracking in the circuit. To cut costs further, you can suspend tracking at the press of a button. This is all backed by the lowest cost per hour airtime plans in the industry, and lease options that mean no upfront capital cost.
Christchurch Helicopters are long-standing customers of TracPlus. TracPlus is important for their operations — notably any contractual work they undertake, such as firefighting or rescue, as well as managing their flight training school. TracPlus helps Christchurch Helicopters to organize their growing fleet and ensure their team, students and clients are accounted for and safe.
TracPlus not only allows us to keep our students safe, but it’s a vital training tool here at Christchurch Helicopters. Unfortunately when students are learning to fly, they make mistakes, such as busting airspace or infringing areas they shouldn't be. With TracPlus, I can go back and show students exactly where they went wrong, and how to improve next time.
Kevin Walsh, Flight Training Manager