The flight simulator accurately reproduces every aspect of a real flight, with you behind the controls. While flying in adverse weather conditions might be a challenge for beginner pilots, one can master basic elements of the flight, such as takeoff, landing and following a flight path. Learning is easier than ever with an experienced instructor at your side.
In both technology and user experience, Dream Aero continues to lead the way in passenger airliner flight simulation.
What flight simulators we offer
WHAT WE OFFER
SUPPORT OF AN EXPERIENCED PILOT INSTRUCTOR
IMMERSION IN THE WORLD OF AVIATION
ASSISTANCE WITH AEROPHOBIA AND TRAVEL-RELATED ANXIETY
A SENSATIONAL AND LASTING EXPERIENCE, BRINGING YOU AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO PILOTING YOUR OWN BOEING 737 NG PASSENGER AIRLINER
THE BOEING 737 NG FAMILY
The first Boeing 737 was manufactured in 1967.
To this day, the Boeing 737 remains to be the most popular and widely used twinjet airliner in the world. This long-range, narrow-body jet is also the heaviest passenger carrier in history of aircraft engineering.
The 8000th Boeing 737 took to the skies on April 16, 2014.
Three generations of the Boeing 737:
- The Original versions included models 100 and 200.
- The Classic generation is represented by models 300, 400, and 500.
- The Next Generation / Boeing NG is represented by models 600, 700, 800, and 900.
The Boeing 737 Classic Series (1984) earned the reputation of being reliable and safe aircrafts. This reputation made the aircrafts highly desirable and increased in demand over the years.
The Boeing 737 NG Series was designed in response to a new competing model, the technologically sophisticated Airbus 320. The Boeing NG features a digital cockpit, a 5.5 meter increase in tail and wingspan, as well as a new and improved engine design.
The design of the passenger cabin is similar to that of the 757 and 767 models. The Boeing 737 NG Series can be seen as a modified and improved Classic 737 Series.
When comparing previous models to newer ones, functionalities of the life support systems have largely remained unchanged, however, new modifications have considerably improved takeoff and landing procedures, and significantly reduced the rate of fuel consumption.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF BOEING 737 NG*
Maximum takeoff weight
66 — 83,13 tons
5,648 — 5,925 km
31.2 — 42.1 m
Passenger cabin width