Homemade Flight Simulator Built in the Nose of a Real 737

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Thu, Aug 23rd, 2012 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

Air Traffic Controller James Price has built himself a working Boeing 737 Flight Simulator wired to work with the flight simulator program X-Plane 10. What's cool about this project is that he's using the nose of a real 737, complete with cockpit that actually works.

Air traffic controller James Price has spent the past decade building a full-sized Boeing 737 flight simulator in his garage. Will and Norm board the cockpit of this amazing project to learn how it works.

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