Aircraft

Boeing 737 Flight Simulator | Gatwick, London UK

The Boeing 737 is a short- to medium-range twin-engine narrow-body jet airliner. Overall, the entire 737 family is the best-selling commercial jet in history. In 2006 Boeing delivered the 5000th 737 to Southwest Airlines and in 2011 the 7000th one was delivered to flydubai. As of July 2012, over 10,000 Boeing 737s have been ordered and today the aircraft is in Guinness World Records as they have acknowledged it as the most-produced large commercial jet airplane in aviation history! In 2012 Boeing won the biggest aircraft order in history for 230 737s in one go! The order is valued at over $22.4 billion dollars and the airline also acquired purchase rights for a further 150 737 aircrafts with the order! 

Currently there are approximately 5,500 737 airplanes in service and they represent more than a quarter of the total worldwide fleet of large commercial jets flying today. This has been achieved by having more than 339 airlines in 117 countries fly 737s. On average, approximately 1,700 737 airplanes are in the air at all times and it is known that a 737 takes off or lands every two seconds! The Boeing 737 Flight Simulator Experience is one of our most popular experiences. The 737 family has carried more than 15.6 billion passengers and has flown more than 106.5 billion miles which is equivalent to approximately 573 round trips from the earth to the sun. During its entire service, the 737 family has flown more than 110.2M flights and clocked up more than 174.4M flight hours; the equivalent to one airplane flying nearly 20,000 years nonstop!

Southampton - Full Motion Level D: Boeing 737-800 | Fixed Base FNPT2: Boeing 737-300 & Boeing 737-700

Burgess Hill (Near Gatwick, London) - Full Motion Level D: Boeing 737-800 & Boeing 737-300 | Fixed Based Level C With Motion Off Boeing 737-300

London Gatwick (Crawley)- Full Motion Level D: Boeing 737-800 & Boeing 737-300

Manchester - Full Motion Level D: Boeing 737-300