Abstract. This article examines the key aspects of the use of simulators in pilot
training in the context of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The article analyzes the
requirements for simulator training established by the legislation of the Republic of
Kazakhstan, with an emphasis on standards, mandatory stages and types of training
sessions. The advantages of this training method, such as cost reduction, maximum
realism of flight scenarios and the development of teamwork, as well as disadvantages,
including limitations in emotional stress and limited opportunities for collective
training, are discussed in detail. The article also suggests specific measures to improve
simulator training, including the introduction of advanced technologies in virtual
reality and the development of more realistic training programs. Concluding with the
conclusion, the article emphasizes the importance of continuous improvement of
training methods to meet modern challenges and aviation safety standards.
Keywords: aviation, pilots, flight personnel, professional training, simulators,
simulators, virtual reality.