|Title||Delta Boeing 737-200-5 Full Motion Flight Simulator|
|Collection||Aircraft & Flight Simulators|
|Object Name||Simulator, Air Flight|
Full-motion flight simulator with aircraft tail number (Boeing) PN 301, aircraft tail number (Delta) N301DL, FAA ID Number 609. Exterior paint scheme is Delta aircraft livery nicknamed "Onward and Upward," which introduced Delta's Red Widget Logo in 2007.
This simulator provides experience of flying Delta's Boeing 737-232 aircraft.
Six-degree-of-freedom, synergistic simulator motion system.
Simulator computer is an IBM RISC 6000.
The image generator used for the 737-200 flight simulator's visual system is an ESIG 3350 Night/Dusk/Day(Wide Display) with 180 degree field of view, made by Evans and Sutherland.
In 2015, airport models kept in its system database that customers can "fly to" include standard options: Atlanta, GA; Honolulu, HI; Miami, FL; New York, NY; Salt Lake City, UT, and Washington, DC, and also any airport that is currently programmed into the simulator. Most often these are cities where Delta flew the 737-200.
|Artist 2/Maker 2||IBM|
This was the last 737-200 simulator made by CAE, Inc. It was used to train Delta pilots from 1999-2014. Relocated from Delta Operations Control Center 3 (OC3) to the Delta Flight Museum in March 2014 (exact date unknown, but prior to March 21, 2014).
Since its renovation and reopening in 2014, the Delta Flight Museum houses this Boeing 737-200 simulator, which is the only one of its kind in the U.S. available for public use. Reservations are required for 1-4 people per experience, ages 16 and over. Simulator guests receive a 10-minute preflight briefing, 45 minutes of flight time and a 5-minute review at the end of the trip.
Delta Air Lines
Onward and Upward
Logo, Delta Red Widget
|Credit line||Delta Air Lines|