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Always Wanted To Pilot A Plane? This Flight Simulator At Subang Airport Will Let You Do Just That!

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Source: Simflightkl

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Ever wondered how it would feel to fly? And no, we don’t mean like a superhero.

Anyone and everyone can try out and learn how it feels to be a pilot behind the wheel of an airplane!

Simflightkl Malaysia offers various simulators, as they specialise in Level 3 (FTD) Airbus S320 and Boeing B737NG simulators for pilots, aviation enthusiasts and the public alike.

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They recently wrote, “In this cockpit, you will be the pilot! Do you want to know how pilots fly an aircraft? This is your opportunity to experience it.”

Based on their website, there are several packages to choose from, depending on the experience that you want. You can opt to land a plane with their Final Approach Experience, or even take a plane (simulator!) for a spin for a 1 hour session!

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For as low as RM59, their current walk-in promotion will allow you to experience landing in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) from speeds of 150 knots.

On top of the various simulator packages, Simflightkl also offers courses including a Cadet Pilot Preparatory Course, a Basic Flying Course, Simulator Check and more.

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t have any plans for the upcoming weekend? Why not fly a plane.

Simflightkl is located at M11, Subang Skypark Terminal 3, Lapangan Terbang Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah, 47200 Subang, Selangor. You can check out Simflightkl’s website for more details on their services and packages!

Fly safe, everyone! 

 

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