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New ELITE XTS Lets You Bring IFR Training Home!

Introducing the new IFR home training software from ELITE®.  Featuring high resolution 4k day and night instrument panels, new features and added capabilities!  Several classes of aircraft from simple, complex, twin piston and twin turbine, offer a myriad of configurations.  Nine airplanes, each with the GNS 430W, 530W, optional GTN 650 and GTN750, G-500-style AHRS, EFIS and basic legacy instrumentation.  ELITE XTS includes IFR Training Scenarios and is fully compatible with ForeFlight®, Garmin Pilot, other popular EFBs and hand held navigation devices (some require optional connector cables).  ELITE XTS will make you a more proficient, confident and safe instrument pilot.  Bring training home!

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What’s Included in ELITE XTS?

  • New AHRS (E500) style avionics options available on every aircraft
  • GNS 430WAAS and GNS 530WAAS
  • GTN 650 & 750 GPS (additional add-on purchase)
  • 1080P & 4K (16-9) instrument panel resolution in widescreen format
  • Night instrument panels (with dimming)
  • SimControl remote instructor station compatibility (iPad App) (Genview Only)
  • Ability to control on-screen GPS with no additional hardware module (must use mouse)
  • New dynamic weather settings and instructor station functions
  • Option of having Genview external visual on separate monitor
  • Option for Instructor station + Weather/Failures on two separate live monitors
  • Wi-fi EFB connectivity for ForeFlight and Garmin Pilot and other compatible apps
  • Instrument Approach Scenarios add-on program included
  • IPM Module which allows handheld GPS’s to connect to ELITE software
  • Quick time presets
  • Integrated weather pages
  • Redesigned game controller screen
  • Control loading support (Pro Panel III required)
  • EFS40/EADI 40 external hardware support
  • 8.33 kHZ Com spacing
  • Multi Sound device selector
  • Windows 10 Speech generator support


What aircraft is included in ELITE XTS?

  • Archer III (17 panel configurations)
  • Arrow IV (17 panel configurations)
  • Baron 58 (13 panel configurations)
  • Bonanza A36 (13 panel configurations)
  • Cessna 172R (17 panel configurations)
  • Cessna 172S (17 panel configurations)
  • Cessna 182S (17 panel configurations)
  • King Air B200 (13 panel configurations)
  • Money M20J (13 panel configurations)
  • Seneca III (13 panel configurations)

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How many variations per airplane are included?

  • Steam Gauge with no GPS
  • Steam Gauge with GNS 430W or 530W
  • E-500 AHARS with GNS 430W or 530W
  • EADI 40 with no GPS (High Performance aircraft)
  • EADI 40 with GNS 430W or 530W (High Performance aircraft)
  • EADI 40 with GTN 650 or 750 (GTN add-on required)(High Performance aircraft)
  • EFS40 with no GPS (High Performance aircraft)
  • EFS40 with GNS 430W or 530W (High Performance aircraft)
  • EFS40 with GTN 650 or 750 (GTN add-on required)(High Performance aircraft)
  • Steam Gauge with GTN 650 or 750 (GTN add-on required)
  • E-500 AHARS with GTN 650 or 750 (GTN add-on required)

ATC Scenarios

These sce­nar­ios fea­ture a real­is­tic ATC envi­ron­ment, with other air­craft giv­ing you a dra­matic sense of being there. ELITE gives you rich visual weather, cloud effects, mist and chang­ing vis­i­bil­ity and some improved functionality. Expe­ri­ence the Wisconsin/Illinois (EC3), Florida (SE3)& South­ern Cal­i­for­nia (SW3) Approaches in this IAS combo pack.

Prac­tice real­is­tic approach sit­u­a­tions in a real-time, non-threatening envi­ron­ment. 25 approaches at 20 air­ports in Cen­tral and South Florida. These inter­ac­tive sce­nar­ios are dri­ven by the voices of authen­tic con­trollers who will expose you to a vari­ety of approaches with real­is­tic, and often chal­leng­ing, clear­ances. You’ll get holds, missed approaches, NDBs, full approaches with pro­ce­dure turns, plus a vari­ety of sur­prises you must be pre­pared for, but may not get the chance to fly in the real world very often. This is sim­ply the safest and most effi­cient way to expe­ri­ence, prac­tice and per­fect all aspects of approaches under sim­u­lated IFR conditions.

USSE included air­ports are the following:

St.Petersburg, Lake­land, Fort Myers, Naples, Immokalee, Orlando, DeLand, San­ford, Day­tona, Ormond Beach, Ft. Pierce, Vero Beach, West Palm Beach, Mel­bourne,Ft. Laud­erdale, Pom­pano, Boca Raton, Kendall-Tamiami.


USEC included air­ports are the following:

Champaign/Urbana, Dupage (West Chicago), Milwaukee/General Mitchell, Rock­ford, Springfield/Capital

USSW features included are the following:

  • 28 dif­fer­ent approaches in the South­ern Cal­i­for­nia area
  • ILS Approaches
  • Local­izer Approaches
  • Local­izer Back Course Approaches
  • VOR/DME Approaches
  • NDB Approaches
  • 12 Fea­tured Airports

Wi-fi EFB connectivity

ELITE’s soft­ware enables users of ELITE train­ing soft­ware to con­nect the soft­ware to cer­tain iPad flight apps—allowing pilots to bring real-world cock­pit prac­tices into the sim­u­lated flight envi­ron­ment. With this soft­ware and a local WiFi net­work router (pro­vided by user), your sim­u­lated air­craft posi­tion in the ELITE soft­ware will appear geo-referenced on Sec­tional and IFR Enroute charts, IFR Approach Plates, and Air­port Taxi Dia­grams (if those fea­tures are part of the App you are using). Cur­rently, the ELITE Sim-to-App soft­ware sup­ports the fol­low­ing iPad apps:

Handheld GPS connection

Hand­held GPS units and EFBs have become extremely valu­able nav­i­ga­tion com­pan­ions in recent years. The rel­a­tively low cost and capa­bil­ity of these devices is impres­sive, many with func­tion­al­ity rival­ing some of the most sophis­ti­cated panel-mount tech­nol­ogy. Unfor­tu­nately, until now, there has been no good way to thor­oughly learn and prac­tice fly­ing with these devices BEFORE climb­ing in the cock­pit. ELITE rec­og­nized this need and now sup­ports com­mu­ni­ca­tion with hand­held GPSs and EFBs so you can fly with your spe­cific device, on your com­puter, at your convenience.

Become pro­fi­cient in the use of your hand­held GPS and/or EFB devices before head­ing out to the air­craft. Plan a trip then fly it on ELITE uti­liz­ing all the same tools you’ll use on the actual flight. Fly­ing a dry run on the sim will give you a chance to tweak any aspect of your planning/programming as nec­es­sary to obtain max­i­mum safety and util­ity from your air­craft. And, maybe most impor­tantly, sim­ply become famil­iar with the trip and the inte­gra­tion of the devices in a real-time flight environment.

The protocol supported:

  • AV400
  • NMEA

Example of ELITE use with a 696/796 GPS

Sound channel selector

ELITE now offers the ability to select your sound where they belong, no more will you have a difficult time listening to the ATIS or ATC scenarios. Assigning channels, will allow you to send the sound to the appropriate device with the correct volume level. 

The current sound selectors are the following:

  • Engine Sound
  • Avionics
  • Warnings
  • ATIS/Coms
  • Pumps/Avionics Fan


ELITE Home XTS Minimum System Requirements:

Download: 1 Gigabyte

  • Microsoft Windows 7 (32 or 64 bit), Windows 10 (32 or 64 bit)
  • 2.0 GHz (or faster) Intel or AMD Processor
  • 3 GB of RAM
  • 5 GB of available hard disk space
  • 512 MB or better NVIDIA-brand OpenGL accelerated graphics card REQUIRED (Two Port or more Video Card for Multiple monitors option–Instrument Panel monitor & Instructor station monitor, external visual, map page)
  • At least one free USB port for connecting USB hardware; a USB hub may be required to connect multiple USB devices
  • Keyboard/Mouse or similar pointing device
  • Internet required for GPS activation

ELITE does NOT guarantee com­pat­i­bil­ity with every computer system, even if specification are followed.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

Download, Shipped (Includes WIBU Key)

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