An approved FAA simulator allows you to practice handling some situations a second time. They are just too dangerous or even impossible to train for in an aircraft. And, you can always walk away from whatever happens.No ATC or weather delays. No taxi time with hobbs running. No rearranging of schedules to coordinate with an instructor because of the weather. Studies have found that every hour in the simulator is worth two or more hours in an airplane. Eliminate the disadvantage of extended training hours on your aircraft. Permit yourself to make mistakes and go all the way. Find no limits that come with training in an airplane. Experience what even years of flying can’t provide. Simply stated, simulator flying hours while confronting real world scenarios and obstacles that you hope you will never face, get you that experience. While flying in the simulator, your full attention is devoted to your training and not on other distractions. And, the instructor’s full attention is focused on you and your training. Training in this type of setting promotes sound skill development which promotes safety through logical division of tasks and focus on priorities. It is always the unpredictable that challenges most pilots during critical decision making. When you practice and rehearse procedures, the unknown, emergencies, techniques, precision, decision making, etc. in well designed FAA approved simulators with verification in the actual aircraft the outcome becomes very predictable – a professional and well trained pilot able to handle the unpredictable.