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You can now experience a plane crash in a flight simulator

‘Not recommended for people of a nervous disposition’

23.1.2020

You can now experience a plane crash in a flight simulator

‘Not recommended for people of a nervous disposition’

hotel in Japan announced it was opening a room with a flight simulator to appeal to aviation enthusiasts. The Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu, inspired by its location near Tokyo Haneda Airport’s terminal 2, launched the Superior Cockpit Room from 18 July. However, #avgeeks have to book the experience separately as it is not included with the room price. The simulator experience, which must be taken with an instructor, lasts 90 minutes and costs 30,000 yen (£221). Meanwhile, if guests book the Superior Cockpit Room – 25,300 yen (£186) a night for the twin room – they are not allowed to “sit in the pilot’s seat in the simulator or touch the instruments”, according to the hotel website. Those who do book in for a flight will be able to simulate the experience of manoeuvring a Boeing 737-800 aircraft and “flying” from Haneda to Osaka’s Itami Airport. More about Read more: The Independent

This is sick! Should be banned have a thought for those who have family members have been in a plane crash For when your laxative stops working , still better than prunes ! Not sure this adds much to the sum of human happiness. Why would anyone want to experience this in a fright simulator? Now that's just what I need.

Can you choose which crash? Never will I try it. Better go to a doctor first before trying. You might have an undiagnosed health condition that can be triggered by this simulation. And a pandemic simulator. Oh no, that’s real. I once spent a month in Saskatchewan one day.

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people are sick Gross Great no thanks I can see family members of those who have died in crashes doing this to try to feel closer to the ones who have died. YAY No thanks. Thanks for the info. Just before bedtime. Or for real try & to fly on a Boeing 737 MAX ... Or.....there's Brexit.

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WhT has the world become... How ridiculous! You could bring on your body’s threat system and start experiencing extreme anxiety, which could take quite a while to go away. A plane crash is not suppose to be fun, it’s a life/death situation. Sounds very irresponsible to me No, thanks, but no Fuck that shit. 😱

OMG What about the part where you get ripped apart and disintegrate into a million pieces instantly and burn. Does it simulate that also. Just fly United out of Newark. Same thing... but why? That's sick! 'You can now experience a plane crash in a flight simulator' Do you die at the end of the simulation? If not, is it realistic enough?

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Why? 😨😨😨😨😨 Why would you want too? Not too realistic obviously Does it simulate the bit where your top half gets separated from the bottom half?

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