This simulation is going to consist of 8 parts each part lasting about five to eight minutes. It is going to be structured in way that you can easily skip a part and come back to it later.
Part 1 takes you to a virtual tour of the Boeing Renton Factory where the Boeing 737 MAX airliners are built.
Part 2 takes you to a virtual engine test room and explains how modern aircraft engines work.
Part 3 takes you to a virtual Wind Tunnel room and explains the role of the winglets on the aircraft.
Part 4 will show you how the engines are attached to the airframe and how they modified the flight characteristics of the airplane.
Part 5 will introduce the MCAS system in more details and explain how it was supposed to make the plane easier to fly.
Part 6 and Part 7 will attempt to recreate flights Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302.
Part 8 will take us back to the drawing board where we will study different proposals on how to improve the MCAS.