The AIR FORCE CENTER DÜBENDORF is the new homebase of a 747-300 «Airforce one» Flight Simulator, ready for commercial use by 2017. The largest simulator, than ever there was and will be!
Our 747-300 is an original cockpit, which was cut from England for the SimCenter in AIR FORCE CENTER! The 747 Air Force One is set up under the direction of the AIR FORCE CENTER and is expected
to be ready in 2017 for commercial use! The 747 Air Force One Simulator allows three-man cockpit flights and can be booked at the AIR FORCE CENTER. It offeres flights across Switzerland and all
over the world, accompanied by instructors.
Each flight graduate will get a flight certificate after his 747 Airforce One flight. The flight takes place in the original Jumbo cockpit of this serie.
For more information on the 747-300 «Airforce one» Flight Simulator please contact:
Telephone: +41 (0)44 824 55 15
● Visual with 1 meter resolution on the big screen with about 130 ° Visual
● State of the art digital -and- analog image data as of March 2009
● cockpit layout for pilot
Flights are available from all civil airports in Switzerland as well as worldwide.
|Minimum age:||16 years|
No previous knowledge necessary.
Easier for people used to virtual flights with side stick.
|Price:||not set by now ...|
Operating hours 2018:
|Simulator duration:||approx. 90 minutes|
Information and reservations by telephone:
Call +41 (0)79 770 91 86 from Tuesday to Friday, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
What's special about our simulator is that today we can use the simulator for companies for training purposes such as flying and working after checklists and team building events.
"Air Force One" in the AIR FORCE CENTER
The AIR FORCE CENTER and his SimCenter get another attraction, the cockpit of the 747, the epitome of aviation, comes in a first step of coarse remodeling in Hall 9. This is a 747-300, exactly the same cockpit layout which Swissair once flew and still is in operation by the American government as the Airforce one! The 747 existed originally in different versions, -100, -200, -300, -400, -8 etc.
With the acquisition of this unique complete cockpit a long-cherished wish came true: the Jumbo comes in our SimCenter. We are proud that we have managed after years of preparation to enrich our SimCenter in the AIR FORCE CENTER with this new attraction.
This cockpit will like all other exhibits in the AIR FORCE CENTER not simply serve as "eyecatcher", but as a simulator.
What are the next steps around this Jumbo project?
The AIR FORCE CENTER as a meeting place offers to all visitors the opportunity to be part of this project. During the renovation, it is possible to accompany the project's progress and to stay informed directly on place. For aviation enthusiasts and those who want to be so, there is an opportunity for taking photographs inside and outside the cockpit.
Where does our Airforce One come from?
Our Airforce One comes from England, Kemble and had its last flight on June 27, 2015. It flew its lifetime for Qantas and has exactly the same cockpit as the Airforce One! The cockpit of the 747-338 which is now in the AIR FORCE CENTER is corresponding exactly to the Airforce One in its characteristics and will take off again as Queen of the Skies.
A few impressions of the B747-300, which was formerly almost 30 years for the Qantas in use. Soon the cockpit will experience a new adventure. Let yourself be surprised.
The AIR FORCE CENTER DÜBENDORF is the new homebase of a 747-300 «Airforce one» Flight Simulator.
«Ich nehme jetzt den Autopiloten raus, der Jumbo gehört alleine Dir», sagt Ruedi «Sunny» Rinderknecht drei Meilen vor der Pistenschwelle 29 in Dübendorf. Ich fasse das Steuerhorn ganz sanft und bewege es kaum. Der Autopilot hat die 270 Tonnen schwere Boeing 747-338 stabil auf den Gleitweg gesetzt, Korrekturen sind nicht notwendig. Die Piste kommt näher. «Jetzt Gas raus und leicht ziehen», sagt Sunny, ich gehorche und ... lesen Sie weiter (german only)
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