Now You Can Fly a Full-Sized Concorde (Simulator)

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The Concorde fleet was grounded a long time ago but, if you want to pilot one, now you can thanks to the full simulator just restored at the Brooklands Museum in Surrey, UK. For free:

Visitors to Delta Golf will be able to experience a short 'flight' on the simulator for free. Outside museum hours it will be available for private hire with a Concorde captain on hand to provide tuition on how to fly the aircraft.

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The simulator—which opened on April 9 to coincide with the anniversary of the Concorde—is the one used to train British Airways' Concorde pilots, in all its knobulous glory. Here you can see it in action:

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Illustration for article titled Now You Can Fly a Full-Sized Concorde (Simulator)

[Concorde Project via Flight Global]

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