Sounds simple enough. Find a Boeing 737 cockpit, truck it over a few states, and transform it into a working flight simulator complete with 210 degree cockpit view of the outside world, all while tucked away inside a building. Dave Jones joins me to discuss his 737 flight simulator project, how he came to own it and plans to equip it. Dave also operates 60sairlineantiques.net, a website that features some of his very high quality classic airliner photos from the golden age of airline travel, the 50s and early 60s. If you like 707s, DC-8s, 727s and names like National, Pan Am, Allegheny and Eastern then be sure to visit the site.
The podcast audio has been retired.
- 60sairlineantiques.net – 60s Airline Antiques.net Dave Jone’s classic airliner photos from the 50s and 60s.
- Jon Proctor – Jon is well known for his airliner photos taken in the 60s and 70s. Read his interesting story.
- 737-300 – The 2nd generation 737 that entered airline service in the 1980s. Some still fly today (2013).