The simulator is designed to simulate a Cessna 172 with Garmin G1000 avionics and a GFC700 autopilot.
Yingling had been using the simulator for the past six years for its flight training program.
It’s since discontinued flight instruction.
Donating the simulator to K-State was an easy choice, Lonnie Vaughan, Yingling president, said.
“We decided to find it a home where it can be put to valuable use, and K-State Salina obviously fits that bill,” Vaughan said.
The school is waiting for Federal Aviation Administration approval to incorporate the simulator formally into its pilot training curriculum.