Rex Airline’s Boeing 737NG Full Flight Simulator (FFS) has received certification from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and is now ready for use.

The Level D FFS can be configured for 737-700 & 737-800 variants and is approved for Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT).

The Rex FFS was originally housed at Ansett Aviation Training (AAT) facilities in Brisbane until the term expired in 2023. Rex then began construction of its own purpose-built simulator centre next to Rex Head Office at Mascot, Sydney.

Rex General Manager of Flight Operations & Chief Pilot, Paul Fisher, said, “It is pleasing to see the FFS being commissioned on schedule in its new location and flying better than before due to new hydraulic and electrical components installed.”

“As well as adding synergies to our own training requirements, the simulator also provides training opportunities for external operators both inside and outside of Australia,” Fisher added.

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