Real plane cockpit

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arthur956
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Real plane cockpit

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Hello,

I've been searching for an airplane cockpit for quite a while now but I can't find find any old planes in Belgium.

Does anyone know if there is an aircraft graveyard in Belgium? If so, where?

Thanks,
Arthur

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CTBke
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Ethylzep
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I am searching for a real broken cockpit where do you have yours from. I dont know where I can search for a cockpit from a glider.
Have you get them for free or did you have to pay for them?

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Home based simulators have been a common training aid for private pilots for many years. Recently, the increased power of home PCs and improvements in graphics and simulation technology has opened up further opportunities to use a PC as a training aid. In fact, it is now quite easy to achieve a very high-fidelity training experience in one's own living room using off-the-shelf commercial products.[1] While early simulators allowed instrument approaches to be practiced, with photographic scenery add ins pilots can now practice visual flights and navigation. Rehearsing a flight in the PC, before performing it in the real world, making training sessions in the real aircraft
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fahad wrote: 26 Dec 2020, 13:08 Home based simulators have been a common training aid for private pilots for many years. Recently, the increased power of home PCs and improvements in graphics and simulation technology has opened up further opportunities to use a PC as a training aid. In fact, it is now quite easy to achieve a very high-fidelity training experience in one's own living room using off-the-shelf commercial products.[1] While early simulators allowed instrument approaches to be practiced, with photographic scenery add ins pilots can now practice visual flights and navigation. Rehearsing a flight in the PC, before performing it in the real world, making training sessions in the real aircraft
Very well stated! As a real world pilot and flight simulator user, the sim is invaluable for flying into new airports!

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