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The 737-NG Flightdeck

In the NG, the larger PFD/ND (formerly known as EFIS/MAP) are now side by side to fit into the space available, controls for these are located either side of the MCP. The EIS & fuel gauges are both on the central CDS with a sixth screen below that, between the CDU's. The flat panel displays have the advantage over CRT's of being lighter, more reliable and consume less power, although they are more expensive to produce.

The overhead panel remains largely unchanged since the -100, apart from a digital AC & DC metering panel & DCPCS.

According to Boeing, the requirements from the airlines for the new cockpit were:

  • To be easy for current 737 pilots to operate.
  • To anticipate future requirements eg transitioning to 777 style flightdecks.
  • To accommodate emerging navigation and communication technologies.

For an in-depth look at the NG flightdeck, follow this link to the article in Aero No.04 from Boeing


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