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Professional devices for flight simulations
The Airbus A320 is one of the most common aircraft currently in service in the world. Similar to the Boeing 737, it is generally considered one of the safest planes to travel on. He is one of the pioneers of the tendency to fly automation, a factor that has always divided the observatories of the sector into two: on the one hand, enthusiasts to accept systems that, in addition to facilitating the management of the aircraft, are (theoretically) ) able to reduce human error, on the other hand who claims that the phenomenon has gone too far, with negative repercussions in the field of security.
Boeing B737 NG
The Boeing 737 is a twin-jet, narrow-body airliner used for medium-short haul routes produced by the US company Boeing. Originally developed as a low-cost, short-engined twin-engine aircraft derived from the Boeing 707 and Boeing 727, the 737 expanded over time into a family of ten commercial models with a capacity ranging from 85 to 215 passengers. The 737 is Boeing's only narrow fuselage airliner currently in production, with the 700, -800 and -900ER variants available by 2015. In 2017 a redesigned version debuted, the 737 MAX.
McDonnell Douglas MD80
The McDonnell Douglas MD-80 is a low-engine twin-engined aircraft with passenger-tailed propellers for short and medium-haul routes of notable commercial success, produced by McDonnell Douglas since the second half of the seventies. The project was acquired by Boeing, which in the latest version called it B717 completely digitalized. currently being divested at major world airlines, will fly as a legend in our simulators again, essential for sessions on deepening of basic flight techniques.
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