About the MD-80 Aircraft
The McDonnell Douglas MD-80 is a series of twin-engine, short-to-medium-range, single-aisle, commercial jet airliners. It was lengthened and updated from the DC-9. This series can seat 130 to 172 passengers depending on variant and seating configurations. The MD-80 series was introduced in commercial service on October 10, 1980 by Swissair. The series includes the MD-81, MD-82, MD-83, MD-87, and the MD-88. These all have the same fuselage length except the shortened MD-87. The series was followed into service in modified form by the MD-90 in 1995 and the Boeing 717 (originally MD-95) in 1999.
The flight simulator consists of the cockpit of a 1: 1 scale EFIS digital MD80 complete with instruments and flight controls. The entry of the aircraft has been recreated for a greater sense of immersion even before entering a cockpit equipped with a 220 ° panoramic screen that reproduces the virtual reality. The vibrations in take-off taxiing, trolley, flaps, spoilers and turbulence are also replicated. The simulator works on the Prepar3D platform with the use of Maddog Leonardo Pro proprietary hardware and software. The accurate details of the realistic scenarios and the airports will allow you to admire the places where you have already flown in reality.
Why buy the MD-80 Simulator?
In addition to having many advantages over competitors in terms of quality, design, and performance, the Volarent MD-80 simulator uses real-world components that make it a perfect simulator to use in museums. People have grown tired of the same recorded cycles of simulators found in modern flight museums. So, give your customers a new experience with a fully-realistic flight simulator so that everyone can truly experience the magic of flight. For flight schools and airlines, the Volarent MD-80 Simulator offers a very advanced training environment with an entire cockpit interior designed to imitate the real aircraft.
Prepar3D - The best software for flight simulation
Lockheed Martin released Prepar3D in 2010. Since then, Prepar3D has been leading the way for the future of flight simulation software with advancements in nearly every conceivable aspect of the system. P3D in many ways picked up the baton left by Microsoft Flight Simulators when they launched their last release in 2006. It improves upon the rudimentary FSX flight concepts, and it improves upon many features while still being very similar to FSX in terms of usability and the learning curve between the two software releases. Prepar3D has quickly risen to become one of the top three simulators on the VATSIM network, and is used by many in the aviation field for training and online. Part of this is that it is very customizable and can work according to your needs. This software gives flight schools the most freedom in terms of software that fits their exact requirements for training. Prepar3D also allows for virtually infinite add-ons, allowing the user to constantly change and adapt the environment as their needs shift. This software is installed when your simulator is being set up, and allows you to begin working, flying, and training immediately after setup by our team of specialists. There is also an exhaustive resource of free and paid scenery available for download online, as well as many add-ons designed by professionals and individuals to improve the way your simulator functions. The sounds for the aircraft, world, and ATC in P3D are also top quality, with many sound pack add-ons available to improve it even further. The starter graphics look very refined also, but many add-ons such as additional sun glare and cloud enhancements further increase the experience. P3D is continuing to lead the way in the aviation industry as a preferred choice for training. Given the success, P3D was the perfect choice as a software for our simulators. Many people in the simulation community and flight school community alike prefer this software above all competitors. P3D is standard on all of our simulators, and we are proud to bring you the latest in training technology advancements.