Thanks bro for the info...anyway have you seen sim enthusiast making up a real 737 simulator...feel like building one...haha!!! wonder how much will it burn my pocket!!! haha
Alteon House - Boeing Singapore Training & Flight Services Centre at 30 Changi North Rise (two to three streets away from SASCO) have 8 Full Flight Simulator (FFS) including those for the B787, I doubt they are available for the public though.
Otherwise if you have tons of cash to spare, you can give the the B737NG Flight Experience at the Singapore Flyer a try.
hey found this links...simulator parts to make ur own simulator...most are A320 and B737NG...
Guess we can be a real ''wannabe'' pilots afterall without killing innocent pple ard...
(Provided you have the money)
yah...its either this or PPL for me...but im leaning towards a PPL...
still in saving mode for now..
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PICTURES: Finnish F-18 engine check reveals effects of volcanic dust.
Saw two F-15s doing final approach towards PLAB above Mountbatten MRT station at around 12nn today. No pics though..
The RSAF F15SG will be participating in the NDP2010.
RSAF FORMATION FLYPAST PRIOR TO AND ON SINGAPORE NATIONAL DAY, 9TH AUGUST 2010
Lianhe Zaobao wish to run a article (could be a short one though) on public transport enthusiasts including plane spotters this coming Sunday (13th of June 2010) and they have some questions for us.
Aviation enthusiasts, photographers, modellers please PM me for more details.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) and the Republic of Singapore Air Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) are currently investing an incident when a Jetstar Airways (JST) A321-231 (VH-VWW) operating as flight number JQ57 was forced to go-around on the 27th of May 2010 after receiving a Mode 4A "Too Low, Gear" aural warning from the Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) just 400 feet Above Ground Level (AGL) during final approach.
A flight crew was said to be sending text messages on the short final thus violating the sterile cockpit rule.
http://www.boeing-727.com/Data/syste...pws.html#MODE4 Sounds like they forgot to lower the landing gear while on approach.
LOL who would stay for 2000 hours?I don't recommend anyone to stay beyond 2000 hours