Simulators are frequently relocated and/or refurbished in order to keep pace with pilot training requirements around the world.

Quadrant has established an outstanding reputation for the high level of quality workmanship and dedication to completing these specialized tasks with the utmost efficiency.

Whether a customer’s requirement is for an individual or a multiple Simulator Relocation program Quadrant can bring to bear an abundance of expertize to ensure that every aspect of the task is executed in an efficient manner and that downtime is kept to a minimum.

  • Baseline to Baseline Relocations
  • Power Off to Power On Relocations
  • Full Turnkey Relocations
  • Power Conversions
  • Land, Ocean or Air Freight
  • Combination with Updates
  • Multiple Parallel Capability
  • Mylar Mirror Re-skinning
  • Spares & Repairs Support
  • Certification Support
  • Maintenance Engineering Support

Quadrant has proven itself to be a world leader in performing the most complex Relocation & Refurbishment projects.

Quadrant has Relocated and Commissioned Simulators manufactured by many companies including the current major Manufacturers such as CAE, L-3, Flight Safety International & Lockheed-Martin (formerly Sim-Industries) as well as legacy equipment built by Rediffusion, Thales, Thomson CSF, Reflectone, Singer Link-Miles & Ferranti International.

Case Studies


11 Full Flight Simulators relocated between Airline Training Facilities within the USA for a major US carrier. All of these devices included Baseline to Baseline testing and 2 mylar mirror re-skins on RSL mirrors. The devices were manufactured by CAE, Thales, Thomson & Link.


8 Full Flight Simulators relocated between Maastricht, Amsterdam & Brussels. 5 of these devices included Baseline to Baseline testing. The devices were manufactured by CAE, Thales & RSL


2 Full Flight Simulators relocated from Europe to Australia including Baseline to Baseline testing, authority approval support and provision of field service engineering maintenance support. The devices were manufactured by CAE.