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SJ Sim Flights

SJ Sim flights was set up in the winter of 2016 to simply expand the idea of flight simulation on a much larger and technological scale. The Cessna 172 Flight Simulator is the best aircraft for both beginners and expert pilots to fly, with it's immersive cockpit layout and accessories it is bound to give you a realistic and thrilling flight, with amazing scenery within the South of the England, this amazing scenery can be found in the sneak peak video below (provided by Orbx Simulation Systems).

UK (Goodwood Aerodrome)

Formerly known as RAF Westhampnett, the airfield has been located here since the Second World War, when it served as a satellite airfield to nearby RAF Tangmere. Its West Sussex location makes it the south coast’s focal point for flying excellence, and gives pilots and their passengers a bird’s-eye view over the Solent and the Isle of Wight. 

UK (Shoreham Airport)

Brighton City Airport, the oldest in the UK, is the perfect gateway to the south coast of England. Situated mere moments from the vibrant, bohemian city of Brighton and Hove, and minutes from the A27, the airport offers you instant access to everything the South East has to offer. Add to this the nearby rail links, bus services, taxi firms and the option of pre-arranging chauffeur driven transport and you can be on the road within minutes of landing.

Scotland (Dundee Airport)

In the early 1970s, the runway was tarmacked and then some 20 years later, extended to around 1,400 metres / 4,595 feet. A new terminal building was built in 1997 and more recently, the management on Dundee Airport (DND) was taken over by the Highlands and Islands Airports Limited.

Caribbean (Princess Juliana International Airport)

From a tiny US military airstrip in 1942, in the thick of World War II, to an ultra-modern international airport in 70 years, Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) has developed by leaps and bounds to make it one of the busiest in the region, with an average of 1.6 million passengers passing through it yearly. Even the now defunct Concorde, which at the time was the world’s fastest aircraft, landed on its runway long before this was extended to its current length of 2,300 m (7,659 ft).