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· Redeemed 10 February 2018
· Redeemed 1 February 2018
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £49 for a weekday one-hour Boeing 737 flight simulator experience (51% off)
- £89 for a weekday 90-minute Boeing 737 flight simulator experience (32% off)
This animated air-navigation experience sees visitors take charge of a full-scale airliner for up to 90 minutes. A trainer will be on-hand to give ground and in-flight instruction, as guests take their pick from 24,000 airports and prepare for take off. Cabin noises and high-resolution graphics will help to enhance the virtual reality of the session, and a seat is available for a spectator to enjoy the action from afar.
The Fine Print
Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift. Appointment required. Call 01638614615; provide Coupon Code. Present Groupon on arrival. 48-hour cancellation policy. Must be 10 or over. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Excludes bank holidays. Equipment provided. Clients must be of reasonable mobility. Airline seat size restrictions apply. Good eyesight required. Children that need supervision cannot accompany adults during their flight. Only one person can accompany clients in the simulator. There is a waiting area for friends and family. Maximum number of accompanying friends or family members in the centre is 4. Friends and family will not be able to enter the restricted simulator area. No step-free access available. £15 surcharge for Saturdays, payable to partner directly. Block booking limited to 2 consecutive flights. Valid Tue-Fri, 9.30am-5pm. One additional person can go in the cockpit with the pilot but if there are to be more than that one to please pre-book with sim2do at no additional cost. Verified using our merchant's website on 23 Oct 2017.
Based in Mildenhall just outside the military base, Sim2do lets budding Pilot take control of a Lynx Helicopter simulator for the first time in the UK.The company was formed by the Mockford family, who boast a history in flight control dating back to the First World War.