Inside the simulator, a 240-degree projection screen can visually place the pilots anywhere the airline flies, changing the scene as the "plane" changes speed, direction and altitude. In this photograph, uptown Charlotte is outside the left center window.
Inside the simulator, a 240-degree projection screen can visually place the pilots anywhere the airline flies, changing the scene as the "plane" changes speed, direction and altitude. In this photograph, uptown Charlotte is outside the left center window. GARY O'BRIEN GARY O'BRIEN - gobrien@charlotte
Inside the simulator, a 240-degree projection screen can visually place the pilots anywhere the airline flies, changing the scene as the "plane" changes speed, direction and altitude. In this photograph, uptown Charlotte is outside the left center window. GARY O'BRIEN GARY O'BRIEN - gobrien@charlotte

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