JetSim B737-800 FNPT II/MCC

The B737 is undoubtedly the most popular aircraft of all times. Its story began over 50 years ago. Since then, the American company has produced over 10,500 such planes. It can accommodate 189 passengers in a one-class configuration and its maximum range is over 3,000 miles, or 5,500 km.

B737 engineers are well-trained traditionalists.  They did not create an aircraft based on a fly-by-wire system, but they kept the traditional yoke, connected by cables with the control surfaces, which are supported hydraulically.  This solution convinces many pilots who have a reluctant approach to the idea of a fully-computerized aircraft.  Undoubtedly, the solutions used here give pilots a lot of fun during everyday flights.

Our simulator is a perfect reproduction of the B737-800: all elements of the cockpit work and look the same as in the original machine. It is also worth mentioning that B737, due to traditional control, gets a full FNPT II/MCC certificate during the certification process, and not a limited one, as in the case of A320.

What makes us different?

The basic version of the B737-800 FNPT II/MCC simulator includes:

  • Full metal structure
  • Polycarbonate windows
  • Double Rudder connected with each other and adjustable on each side
  • Double steering columns (controls) connected to each other
  • Sockets and cables for intercom (also prepared for Vatsim)
  • Two seats finished with sheep’s fur, along with J-shaped rails
  • Two fully-functioning oxygen masks
  • Tiler for the captain and the first officer
  • All drawpieces and other plastic components; like in the original plane
  • Audio Panel on the left and right side of the cockpit
  • Hand microphone
  • Speakers
  • Full metal structure
  • All panels, buttons, lights, indicators and knobs that are present in a real plane
  • Backlight
  • Full metal structure
  • All panels, buttons, lights, indicators and knobs that are present in a real plane
  • Backlight
  • Military switches (you have to pull to switch)
  • Automatic return to the AUTO position of the ENG start switches
  • Full metal structure
  • All panels, buttons, lights, indicators and knobs that are present in a real plane
  • Backlight
  • GLARESHIELD with Fire Warn, Master Caution lights and the Sixpack module
  • Two CDU
  • Two EFIS panels
  • Three LCD screens (Two PFD, Two ND, EICAS)
  • Two Clock watches
  • Chassis lever
  • Three analogue or one Digital instrument
  • MCP
  • Full structure made of aluminium and metal
  • All panels, buttons, lights, indicators and knobs that are present in a real plane
  • Backlight
  • Communication module
  • Navigation module
  • ADF module
  • Audio module
  • Transponder
  • Fire module
  • Throttle Quadrant PRO version (metal structure, motorized shifters, aerodynamic brakes and trimming wheels, solenoid for PRK BRK)

The presented version is the basic version. At the request of the client, we can prepare a personalized cockpit configuration (it will be prepared based on the cabin configuration of a specific air operator), in order to ensure maximum realism of the reconstructed cabin and adapt it to specific pilots.


We always discuss the issue of the screen individually. It depends on the size of the room in which the simulator will be located, as well as on the planned budget. There are three types of screens to choose from: Cylindrical, Spherical and Spherical with the Collimated Visual system. To be able to fully enjoy the best visual effects, we recommend creating a screen with a radius of 4m, a height of 3m and 220 degrees of circumference. It is worth noting that the bigger the screen we use for simulation, the smaller the difference in visualization between the left and right seat in the cabin, which will translate into an increase of the realism of the simulation.


We use the latest software:

a) Prepar3d (created by Lockheed Martin), which is used to generate the outdoor area. It is constantly developed and modified to create the most faithful simulation environment.
b) Prosim B737 Professional, which supports all hardware, connecting all controls, buttons and switches with the computer. In addition, it is responsible for the unique flight model and correct operation of all aircraft systems.

Both of these programmes will be delivered to you along with the commercial and QTG license necessary in the certification process. We also make sure that you have the latest versions and full support in their use.

Instructor's station

We always install our simulators together with the instructor’s station. We have two options to choose from with which we can control the simulator:

  1. A tablet with a mobile instructor’s station.  It contains our dedicated application that allows you to fly from any place / airport in the world, adjust weather conditions, seasons, days, simulate breakdowns and much, much more.
  2. A full instructor’s station set-up immediately behind the cabin (it can be one, two or even three meters deep).  There is an instructor’s station, a computer and a touch screen that allows you to change all settings.

As an option, we can also install additional space for observers (which may be required for higher certification).

Cockpit housing

Thanks to the cockpit housing prepared by JetSim, a closed space is created, where neither light nor sound from the outside can get in. It is also worth paying attention to aesthetic considerations. The bright laminate looks very impressive and we can easily place your logo on it. In addition, we will be able to place such a “packed” simulator in the future on a mobile platform and apply for higher certification.

Currently, the cockpit housing is available only on a special order, and its preparation may slightly extend the delivery time.

Please contact our consultant for additional information.

Each of our simulators is adapted for the FNPT II / MCC certification. Our team will ensure that the certification process runs quickly, efficiently and without complications:

We prepare the full documentation necessary in the certification process.

After delivering the simulator, we go to the Civil Aviation Office in your country, in order to submit the documents.

Our software has already been certified, therefore the process of issuing a supplementary certificate for your equipment is about 3 months shorter than usual.

We collect the certification and we give you the simulator for use so that you can start the training immediately.


Our offer, due to its complexity, always covers the software which is necessary for the proper functioning of the simulator: basic software and extras which contribute to the extraordinary realism of the external environment. These include:

  1. External Drzewiecki Design and ORBX sceneries
  2. Software to improve textures of clouds, sky and earth:  PTA, REX and ActiveSky
  3. Programmes providing for access control and time recording on the simulator

The assembly and delivery are always agreed individually.
The assembly process:

We deliver the simulator to you in parts.

We start the assembly process (it lasts up to 48 hours).

We set up the software, we configure and calibrate all the required elements (also up to around 48 hours).

Notwithstanding the detailed tests in our factory, we check the whole simulator again (about 24 hours).

We begin the certification process.


The warranty period is normally 12 months. However, you can extend it to 24 or a maximum of 60 months. In case of any difficulties, we provide e-mail contact 24h / 7, telephone contact from Monday to Friday at: 8-18 UTC, as well as any specialist help on site. In our warehouse, we have all the spare parts of the simulator, therefore a damaged panel or another element can be sent immediately.

We also provide post-warranty services, ensuring that the time for possible repair (even the most complicated) never exceeds 48 hours.

If you have any questions, please contact us. Our specialists will answer any, even the most complicated question.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Our specialists will answer any, even the most complicated question.