Boeing chooses Mechtronix 737NG FFS X flight simulation and training system for Singapore campus

SINGAPORE, 16 April 2013. Officials at The Boeing Company have selected Mechtronix, a Canadian-based flight simulator company, to build and install a new Boeing 737NG full flight simulator (FFS) level D for the company’s sophisticated training campus in Singapore.

Apr 16th, 2013

SINGAPORE, 16 April 2013. Officials at The Boeing Company have selected Mechtronix, a Canadian-based flight simulator company, to build and install a new Boeing 737NG full flight simulator (FFS) level D for the company’s sophisticated training campus in Singapore.

The new Mechtronix FFS X will simulate the Boeing 737-800W, 737-800W SFP, 737-800W BBJ, and 737-700W aircraft configurations for training, starting in the second quarter of 2014.

The simulation and training solution employs an electric/pneumatic motion system and features the Mechtronix 200x40-degree field of view (FoV) visual display and Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) projectors.

The Mechtronix FFS X will be installed in Singapore, a booming economic center, and will serve the growing Next-Generation 737 flight training needs in the Asia-Pacific region.

"The FFS X combines the highest reliability standards with the most cost-efficient operations and maintenance requirements in the industry," says George Karam, vice president, Mechtronix.

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