Cockpit Revolution was set up to provide accurate and highly detailed cockpit training posters for student pilots, Approved Training Organisations (ATOs), enthusiasts and aircraft operators. These services were later expanded to the drawing of aircraft profiles.
As all the drawings are done in house they can be customised to your requirements and specifications.
The eventual goal is to draw all the western jetliners from the de havilland Comet up to the latest Airbus A350 XWB.
Clients include Manufacturers, Approved Training Organisations (ATOs), Airlines and Individuals.
Who we are
Cockpit Revolution was set up by an ex Flight Engineer, current training instructor and aviation enthusiast in 2015. Starting off as an electronics technician installing radar, navigation aids and communications systems the founder later became a Flight Engineer on military transports. After leaving the military the founder became an instructor and training manager for commuter and international airlines developing training.
Always intersted in drawing, especially technical drawing, the techniques have developed over the years, moving from pen and ink onto computer graphic systems.
Always looking for subjects travelling across the UK and Europe visiting aircraft, simulators and museums researching aircraft.
Cockpit and aircraft profile drawings are always in development, below are the two latest developed drawings.
Phenom 300 Cockpit Poster
The latest cockpit diagram is the Embraer Phenom 300E with Gramin 3000 avionics. The poster includes the synoptic screens and instrument details.
This drawing is available as prints in A0, A1 and full size posters, it is also available as a digital download.
For more details of this poster then ... click here.
Handley Page Victor
The latest aircraft profile is Handley Page Victor XM717, this aircrafts nose is on show at the RAF Museum in Hendon, London.
The Victor was one of the UKs three V bombers, the Victor, Vulcan and the Valiant. The V bombers were the UKs Nuclear strike force from the 1950's until the 1970's.
After the role of the V bombers changed for high/medium altitude to low level strike, the Valiants were withdrawn from use and the Victors were converted to air-to-air refeulers (AAR) and served until 1993.
For details of this poster then ... click here.
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