Air Combat: Fighter Pilot Simulator For Two
Get Behind the Controls of a High Performance Military Flight Simulator
Price for 2 participants
Climb into an actual cockpit from an F-111 Fighter Bomber with a special guest to begin your forty-five minute flight mission! Within this two-seater simulator, the two of you will work together as you try to eliminate your opponent with the use of the audio, joy stick, throttle, and other instrumentation all combined to make this an amazing flight simulator experience!
The two of you will don your flight suits and begin with a pre-flight briefing conducted by the Flight Instructor. After briefing, you will strap into the cockpit with your guest and begin the simulation, by getting acquainted with the instrumentation and controls. Begin your air combat mission, taking to the virtual skies, and develop your fighting skills before engaging in virtual air to air combat dogfights. Then, the hunt is on! Once your mission is complete you will be guided back in by the control tower for landing.
Great for all who like to work in a team, this 45 minute Fighter Bomber Simulator is your chance to get the feel of a fighter bomber from the ground! So hop in the two-seater cockpit for this amazing flight experience!
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ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-813-002
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
The staff, the guest observation room, the flight suits, instructors simply outstanding! The simulation was a blast though it would be better to go with several friends and go against each other! Simple because everyone in my group was pretty much at full throttle at all times going away from the fight. Hard to close in for a kill!
- Pete Tomita - Castro Valley, CA, Tuesday, August 07, 2012
I had a lot of fun! The folks at Flight Deck try to create a unique experience from the time you walk in. Pilots are suited up into a flight suit and given a briefing in the ready room. The Simulator itself is realistic and quite fun. Suggestions that would make it better would be to score cannon kills higher than missile kills and either add a tag to the aircraft in the radar screen or add different colors to the aircraft so you could purposely target your friends.
- Greg - Peters, Saturday, January 01, 2011
This is a video game! But a very cool one on a big screen! I bought this as a Valentine's Day Gift for my boyfriend and he really enjoyed it. The only problem was making the reservation for it on this site....it takes 14 days to reserve...which i don't really understand why. But other then that, the experience itself was wonderful. I recommend the ladies to buy this for their guys. Hehe they will love it.
- Joanna - Costa Mesa, Monday, March 08, 2010
It was a really fun experience!!! My fiance and I had a really fun time....The staff are really friendly and patient, I would recommend if you are looking to enjoy a new experience with or for your loved one!!!!!!!
- Catherine - Anaheim, Sunday, December 14, 2008
This experience is definitely great for those that play video games. I purchased this as a gift for my husband and a friend. My husband plays video games and absolutely loved it. He was like a kid in a candy store. He brought a friend that does not play video games at all. The friend still loved it and thought it was a cool experience, but didn't do well and he said you definitely need to have experience w/ video games or something of the sort to do well. Definitely a gift video gamers will love since they get to be right in the action.
- Lisa Anthony - Irvine, CA, Monday, September 08, 2008
By any account, this experience is a life size video game. Those that do not play video games will not be impressed. It is billed as 'THIS IS NO VIDEO GAME' interestingly, my son who is comfortable with video games,thoroughly enjoyed it and 'scored well' (yes, you are scored), whereas, I scored -4 since I do not play (like) video games. I would have enjoyed the experience of a simulator if it were simply a flight experience. Billing the experience more accurately (as a video game)would be helpful to manage expectations.
- Jeremy Dee - Anaheim, Wednesday, August 13, 2008
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