Boeing 737 – This fantastic machine was originally owned by Sabena Airlines of Belgium and was constructed by Atkins and Merryl in the USA. After the demise of Sabena, it was bought out and partly converted into a New Generation (NG) 737 simulator. We purchased this machine in 2012 and have since continued with the conversion process so it has a fully funtional instrument and overhead panel. We regularly have current 737 captains fly this simulator and they comment on how remarkably close it is to the real thing. Our graphics are the latest from the USA and our functional software is recognised as the industry’s leading programme. A hydraulic motion option completes this remarkable machine. Similar simulators anywhere else will cost in excess of £500 / hour. 2 observer seats are available.

Boeing 737 Simulator
On The Flight Simulator Deck

Boeing 747 – This superb machine started life as an Aer Lingus 747-200 training simulator. Since its early days it has been converted into a 400 series aircraft by the addition of the glass cockpit and all the supporting software. This simulator has amazing cinema screen wrap around graphics to give both the flight crew and the observers the best view possible. We often use this simulator to train aspiring British Airways pilots before their interview process, something which we have been very successful with. This is the ‘Queen of the Skies’ and is my favourite of all our simulators. Room for up to 3 observers.

Airbus A320 – This is not a simulator. This is a REAL aircraft – G-BUSF – back engineered into a simulator and what an amazing job our engineers have done with it. Scrapped some 3 years ago, this aircrafts nose was cut off and then mounted on a pitch motion platform. Previoulsy operated by GB Airways for British Airways, some of our instructors have flown this actual aeroplane. For one it was his first ever jet flight! This simulator, like the 737, has professional ‘collimated’ displays which produce high resolution imagery for flight. It’s so realistic that sitting in it you sometimes wonder if you are in a real aeroplane. Room for up to 3 observers. Pitch motion available. A real must for you techy wannabe pilots.

 

Airbus A320 Cockpit

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Boeing 737 – This fantastic machine was originally owned by Sabena Airlines of Belgium and was constructed by Atkins and Merryl in the USA. After the demise of Sabena, it was bought out and partly converted into a New Generation (NG) 737 simulator. We purchased this machine in 2012 and have since continued with the conversion process so it has a fully funtional instrument and overhead panel. We regularly have current 737 captains fly this simulator and they comment on how remarkably close it is to the real thing. Our graphics are the latest from the USA and our functional software is recognised as the industry’s leading programme. A hydraulic motion option completes this remarkable machine. Similar simulators anywhere else will cost in excess of £500 / hour. 2 observer seats are available.

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Boeing 747 – This superb machine started life as an Aer Lingus 747-200 training simulator. Since its early days it has been converted into a 400 series aircraft by the addition of the glass cockpit and all the supporting software. This simulator has amazing cinema screen wrap around graphics to give both the flight crew and the observers the best view possible. We often use this simulator to train aspiring British Airways pilots before their interview process, something which we have been very successful with. This is the ‘Queen of the Skies’ and is my favourite of all our simulators. Room for up to 3 observers.

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Airbus A320 – This is not a simulator. This is a REAL aircraft – G-BUSF – back engineered into a simulator and what an amazing job our engineers have done with it. Scrapped some 3 years ago, this aircrafts nose was cut off and then mounted on a pitch motion platform. Previoulsy operated by GB Airways for British Airways, some of our instructors have flown this actual aeroplane. For one it was his first ever jet flight! This simulator, like the 737, has professional ‘collimated’ displays which produce high resolution imagery for flight. It’s so realistic that sitting in it you sometimes wonder if you are in a real aeroplane. Room for up to 3 observers. Pitch motion available. A real must for you techy wannabe pilots.

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