In yet another great cockpit video from the team at Intelligent Television and Video (ITVV), we go aboard a Cathay Pacific 747-400, joining the crew of CX250 as they fly from London’s Heathrow airport (LHR – EGLL) to Kai Tak airport in Hong Kong (HKG – VHHX). In addition to following a flight in a 747-400, this video also provides great training for a flight in our 737 simulator.
The Primary Flight Display in a 747 is very similar to the one from a 737 with similar navigation inputs and effects. In addition, the autopilot controls on the glare shield operate in the same manner as the ones on a 737. By watching the step-by-step descriptions provided in this video, you will definitely improve your knowledge of the systems in our 737 simulator.
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The Flight Experience replica Boeing 737-800 cockpit is the only entertainment flight simulator that has been approved by Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to allow private and commercial pilots to log official flying hours.
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Our cockpit from a different angle
is a fixed base glass cockpit synthetic Flight Training Device (FTD) modelled on the Boeing 737-800NG. It has been certified as a Synthetic Flight Trainer (SFT) to Category B under the FSD2 regulations by both the Civil Aviation Authority in New Zealand and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority in Australia.
We’re sure you’ll agree that this system provides an excellent platform for an introduction to jet flying and the glass cockpit environment.
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New Hong Kong Scenery
Flying the approach into runway 13 at Kai Tak airport in Hong Kong has always been an exhilarating experience. Following the ILS indicators you descend towards the famous “checker board” and, at the inner marker, turn sharply to the right along the curving line of beacon lights that lead to the runway itself. While the level of realism has been good, it’s now even better thanks to a new enhanced scenery package for the Hong Kong area.
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