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Flight Simulation

Listed under Extreme Machines in Appalachian States, United States.

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In Arkendale, Yorkshire, you can pilot a jet fighter plane or a commercial airliner with no risk, almost no training... and without ever leaving the ground.

Real Simulation's two excellent flight simulators are used to train professional pilots, and are a far cry from the clunky, jiggling white boxes you'll find at the local fair. They have realistic, hydraulic-powered movement, surround sound and both day and night visuals. As well as the Boeing 737 experience, Real Simulation offer an F4 Phantom simulator. It was built using the original cockpit section of a real F4, and even contains two ejector seats. You will be kitted out in Royal Air Force flying gear and, alongside your instructor, you'll take to the simulated skies for an hour of sheer exhilaration.

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