The world really is your oyster with over 24 000 flight destinations on offer at this flight simulator in Warwickshire! Most of us have been on a big commercial jet at some point but rather than flicking through the duty free catalogue and paying over the top for a lukewarm coffee on this flight you will be up front in the flight deck! Hidden deep in the Warwickshire countryside there’s no indication from the outside of this building that you will be tackling perhaps a lightning storm over New York or bringing the plane in to land with one engine down.Of course none of these scenarios are real but it does indeed all feel very real. As you pull the curtain back to step up into the cockpit it’s all dimmed lights dials gauges levers and screens just as you’d expect. If you’ve never flown before you won’t know where to start with it all but that’s where your pilot instructor comes in with the tips and help. What’s more this Warwickshire simulator team has flown more flights than we’ve had hot dinners with everyone from British Airways to Cathay Pacific but in essence it’s you in charge. Unlike real flying lessons the start up taxiing and shut down doesn’t eat into your total flying time here in Warwickshire so the time quoted is the time you will actually spend in the simulator in the air from take off to landing. Now that’s what we call value for money!We are offering a variety of flight times to satisfy all budding airliner pilots. You can choose whichever route or routes you like with some of the most popular requests including taking off from London Heathrow and cruising over the capital tackling the infamous (and now closed) Kai Tak airport at Hong Kong and swooping in over the snowcapped mountains of Innsbruck or Geneva.What we love about this flight simulator in Warwickshire is the set up. The ground crew will be on hand to assist and get you ready for your flight on the day as well as looking after any friends and family who come along to watch as you handle the Boeing 737 big boy. They can even check out what’s happening in the cockpit on a large screen in the reception area (no pressure then!).