The southern hub:

Lufthansa Aviation Training Center München

As the second largest airport in Germany, the Munich Airport is also a major international hub and home to one of Lufthansa’s Aviation Training Centers. Numerous professional equipment and facilities are available here for the overall safety and service training of cockpit and cabin crews including four full flight simulators.

In Munich you can choose between simulators for short and medium haul (Airbus A320) as well as the long haul simulators (Airbus A330/340 and A350).

The first A320 was delivered in 1988 and was known as the first civilian aircraft to pioneer the revolutionary digital fly-by-wire control systems. Initially dismissed as the "Atari Plane," the majority of pilots were soon convinced of the need for automation in many of the monitoring functions. The Airbus A320 Family also includes two shorter A318 and A319 models and the long A321 version. All have a standard fuselage with six passenger seats per row and a center aisle.

Fly the Airbus A320 full flight simulator in Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin or Vienna.

 

Technical data:

Length 37,57 m Max. take-off weight 77.000 kg
Heigth 11,75 m Max. take-off thrust 2 x 118 kN
Wingspan 34,10 m Max. range 5.700 km
Fuselage diameter 3,96 m Max. landing weight 64.500 kg

The Airbus A330 first lifted off in 1992. The twin-engine long haul aircraft offers standard seating for up to 300 passengers and has a range of over 10,000 kilometers. The A330 is the sister model of the A340, which has two more engines than the A330. While the four-engine A340, with its larger tanks, operates more frequently on full-fledged long distances, the A330 is increasingly common on medium haul routes. By March 2013, almost 1,000 A330s were delivered, most of which are still in operation.

Fly the Airbus A330 full flight simulator in Frankfurt.

 

Technical Data (on the Airbus A330-300 model):

Length 63,70 m Max. take-off weight 233.000 kg
Height 16,90 m Max. take-off thrust 12.500 m
Wingspan 60,30 m Max. range 10.000 km
Fuselage diameter 5,64 m Max. landing weight 187.000 kg

The Airbus A340 is the first long haul Airbus aircraft with four engines. Since its first flight in 1991, the A340 has experienced a number of successful developments and numerous configurations. After several fuselage extensions and with more powerful engines, the A340-600 was born, which until recently was the world's longest commercial aircraft. With standard seating it can transport up to 380 passengers. Its optimized fuselage diameter also means quick boarding and disembarking times via two passenger aisles.

Fly the Airbus A340 full flight simulator in Frankfurt, Munich or Berlin.

 

Technical data (on the Airbus A340-600 model):

Length 75,30 m Max. take-off weight 368.000 kg
Height 17,80 m Max. Startschub 4 x 249 kN
Wingspan 63,45 m Max. range 13.900 km
Fuselage diameter 5,64 m Max. landing weight 259.000 kg

The Airbus A350 is a twin engine long-haul airplane of the European airplane manufacturer Airbus.
It is the airplane with the highest portion in coal fiber group materials in body and wing structure. The maiden flight took place on 14th of June, 2013.
With the A350-900 Lufthansa receives a very modern new entry in her fleet. The airplane offers place to 293 passengers.
It is the worldwide most modern and most ecological long-haul aircraft with 25 percent less kerosene consumption and it is substantially quieter during take off than comparable airplane types.

Fly the Airbus A350 exclusively in Munich.

 

Technical Data (on the Airbus A350-900 model):

Length 66,8 m Max. take-off weight 268.000 kg
Height 17,1 m Max. take-off thrust 2 x 375 kN
Wingspan 64,8 m Max. range 12.200 km
Fuselage diameter 5,96 m Max. landing weight 207.000 kg
 

Where to find us:
Lufthansa Aviation Training Center München
Lohstraße 25a
85445 Oberding-Schwaig
Deutschland

Please contact us.

Phone
+49 (0)421 24 133-20

Jens Katenkamp Jens Katenkamp

Do you have any questions?

We are happy to assist you and feel free to call us at

+49 421 24 13 321