HAVELSAN’s Milestone Achievement: EASA Level D Certification for Boeing B737MAX Full Flight Simulator

HAVELSAN, the sole simulator manufacturer in Türkiye, recently achieved Level D certification under European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulations for its Boeing B737 MAX Full Flight Simulator (FFS) operated by Turkish Airlines. This certification is a significant milestone for HAVELSAN, highlighting its expertise and commitment to providing top-quality training tools for pilots.

EASA Level D certification is the highest level of qualification that a flight simulator can achieve, indicating that the simulator meets the most rigorous standards in terms of accuracy and fidelity to real-world aircraft performance. This certification process involves rigorous testing to ensure that the simulator can accurately replicate a wide range of scenarios and conditions that pilots may encounter during actual flights, such as take-off and landing, turbulence, and emergencies.

By achieving EASA Level D certification for its Boeing B737 MAX Full Flight Simulator, HAVELSAN has further solidified its position in the simulation field and will be able to offer its customers the highest level of accuracy and fidelity in their simulator training. This certification enhances safety, efficiency, and performance in the aviation industry by ensuring that pilots are well-prepared to handle any situation that may arise in the cockpit.

HAVELSAN has been delivering top-quality simulators since 2017 when it delivered an EASA Level D certified Boeing 737-800 NG Simulator to Turkish Airlines. In 2018, the company signed a contract for a total of 11 A320 CEO NEOs and Boeing 737 MAX FFS and FTD Simulators. The company aims to obtain EASA Level D certification for its Airbus A320 CEO/NEO FFS in the third quarter of 2023.

With these state-of-the-art simulators, HAVELSAN will be able to offer its users top-of-the-line simulator solutions for all narrow-body aircraft. The company’s commitment to excellence in the simulation field has attracted attention globally, following the successful delivery of simulators to Turkish Airlines.

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