Flight Simulator Centre in Shannon
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    Flight Simulator Centre in Shannon

    by littlespitfire » Sun Dec 14, 2008 2:43 am

    Hi

    Atlantic AirVenture Aviation Education and Flight Simulation Centre in Shannon has just recieved delivery of its long awaited B737NG flight simulator. The sim is built from the nose section retired Canadian Air 737 C-GAPW complete with motorised throttles, original interiors, yokes and rudder pedals
    Many are not aware we exist yet, so if anyone is interested in learning more about us and our programmes and events for adults and kids please see
    www.atlanticairventure.com
    or drop in to see us in Shannon over the holidays.If you have plane crazy kids, Santa will be in the flight deck of the BAe 146 sim each Sat and Sun till Christmas from 1pm to 5 pm, no booking, just come along
    Regards
    Jane
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    by michael747 » Mon Dec 15, 2008 3:24 pm

    Looks quite good, I may book in to have a go before xmas.
    It'd make a nice pressie for xmas too.....
    How's the availability do you know?
    Regards,
    M747
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    by littlespitfire » Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:44 pm

    Hi Michael

    C-GAPW will be available for bookings in a few weeks time, we are in set up at the moment.
    Check the details on the gift vouchers page for info on this and you can give us a call anytime on the numbers listed.

    Regards

    Jane
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    by AndyMax » Mon Jan 19, 2009 7:13 pm

    Is the 800NG full motion?
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    by littlespitfire » Tue Jan 20, 2009 12:45 am

    Hi Andy

    Its fixed base, maybe in the future we can get the cockpit on a platform, its not impossible, just expensive !

    Many who have experienced this level of sim will agree that the quaility of visuals and sound effects now possible go a long way deceiving the senses and make up for the multimillion motion, so we have concentrated our efforts there.

    There will be new page on our website in the next few weeks with more info and pics, or drop in if you are in the area anytime, all welcome.

    Regards

    Jane
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    by nosedive » Fri Jan 23, 2009 10:27 am

    Does anyone have any cost info/opening hours for the sim centre mentioned?
    Another broken undercarriage........
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    by michael747 » Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:50 pm

    Hey all,

    Just wanted to let ya know if your ever in Singapore,
    There's a new B737-800 simulator beside the Singapore Flyer.
    I was flying in it for about 25 minutes and it only cost $60
    Only about 30 euro :shock: :shock:
    It's was the business :D
    The pilot that was flying with me was a 738 captain for Singapore Airlines.... And a funny f**ker....
    I done a T&G no bother and then flew into Kitac (Very interesting)
    Regards,
    M747
    :D

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