The Most Authentic & Realistic, Airline Pilot Experience Available Today!
If you ever wanted to be an airline pilot then this is definitely the experience for you! Take the captain’s seat in one of our professional 737 800 training simulators. You are at the controls from gate to gate during a full A to B flight.
No previous flying experience required as your Commercial Pilot Instructor will help guide your through every step of the flight.
With 24,000 airports to choose from and as long as the flight could happen in real-time, i.e. within a the allotted 120 minutes, then the route is down to you! So for instance London to New York isn’t going to work! But popular flights include: London, Midlands or Manchester Airports to Paris, Amsterdam or Jersey. LA to San Francisco, Nice to Innsbruck, Gibraltar to Madeira and thousands more!
A typical Airline Pilot Experience includes?
Starting in our briefing room you will initially enter a Pre-flight briefing with your commercial pilot instructor and discuss weather, checklists and routing, before heading to the simulator.
As you enter our mock-up cabin, turning left into the cockpit instead of the usual right as a passenger, you will find the engines off, and the aircraft on stand as you buckle into the captains seat.
The flight is run in real time, so you will push back, start the engines and taxi to the runway before taking 80 tons of airliner into an overcast and cloudy sky.
Punching through the cloud tops into the blue sky you will use real world checklists, monitor engine instruments and as you climb into the cruise.
After the busy climb out and once in the cruise you will engage the autopilot and take a moment to enjoy the view as mountains, islands and sea slide underneath you.
After a short time you will need to check your fuel burn, plan your descent and set up your approach, then its back to the hard work. Autopilot off, throttles back, seat belt sign on as you start your descent into your destination.
Final approach over sea, or through mountains will be tricky as you bring 189 virtual passengers safely back to earth, taxiing back onto stand and shutting down the aircraft.