This is the main pilot's view showing the primary console and the field of vision at the end of the runway when waiting for permission to take-off
This is a view across at the co-pilot's station. There are all around cockpit views plus a virtual cockpit.
The aircraft model has nice detail on the landing gear and the doors to the wheel wells move in a realistic manner
The pilot's main panel at night time when fully illuminated. There's also default night time setting where just the instruments are lit.
Panel 2: The Electrical panel. From here the player can start engines, monitor when ground crew have connected external power sources, etc.
Panel 4: This GPS panel. It looks more like a Satellite Navigation screen because the flight simulator's offering is used on training flights. It can be swapped for something more appropriate.
Panel 5: This is the overhead panel, it houses controls for the lights, anti icing and much more besides.
Panel 8: This is the fuel panel. This is used to transfer fuel between tanks and to heat the fuel when flying at altitude to prevent freezing
When the 'S-Combi' aircrew voice package is used the player gets additional information displayed in the green banner at the top of the screen
This is the Cargo Loading calculator. The 'combi-loading' calculator also looks as deceptively simple as this.