Here at the site, you will find information about our iTrain B737 apps. There are two versions available, being the Next Generation (NG) and the Max (MAX) version.

During the course of our own career as line captains, instructor and examiner, we ran into the subject of how to prepare the best for daily operations and simulator training.

There is a difference between thinking you will know what you need to do in case of a ‘undesired aircraft state’ and what you actually know and do in such a case. We have seen the latter to be different from what the procedures prescribe what you should do. Not only in the simulator during training, but also recent incidents and accidents have shown this, unfortunately.

Whether preparing for grading, Type Qualification, Skill Test, Proficiency Check, recurrent training, or any other training for that matter, we realize we can always improve our knowledge of the aircraft systems, memory items, non-normal maneuvers and flight patterns.
This knowledge is necessary to perform our jobs at the best possible level. When we are talking about system knowledge, auto pilot behavior, upset recovery or rejected take off for instance the smallest flaw can lead to huge implications.

We therefore made you a tool, for the iPad, iPhone or any Android devices, to improve this important knowledge.
For more information on the content click on the iTrain app tab above.

AutoPilot-FMA trainer B737NG

We are currently working on a new app we have been considering for quite some time.
The auto pilot behavior of the B737NG is complex, but on the other hand easy to understand if you have the understanding of the way it works. We realize that the Flight Mode Annunciation is not always clear for the (student) pilots training or flying on the B737NG. We think we have a good idea how to help you understand it (better).
For a sneak preview please have a look at our Flighttrainer Aviation Apps YouTube channel