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Flight Experience Melbourne

Flight Experience Melbourne Flight Experience™ allows people to fly a Commercial Airliner Simulator.Find us at QV in the city of Melbourne. http://melbourne.flightexperience.com.au/ Call us on (03) 9650 0737

Flight Experience™ is currently operating in four countries and is quickly expanding to new destinations:

The business is generally situated in a profile retail location. Within the premises is a fixed base flight simulator that looks, for all intents and purposes, like a Boeing 737 800. The detail is so good that it has attracted global interest from airlines, training organisations and commercial pilots as a procedural training device for industry use.

Flight Experience™ is currently operating in four countries and is quickly expanding to new destinations:

The business is generally situated in a profile retail location. Within the premises is a fixed base flight simulator that looks, for all intents and purposes, like a Boeing 737 800. The detail is so good that it has attracted global interest from airlines, training organisations and commercial pilots as a procedural training device for industry use.

Operating as usual

11/05/2022

A cheering Luftwaffe Gefreiter poses in the cockpit of a destroyed Dutch Fokker G1 'Mercury' (reg. 302) attack aircraft as it was bombed by the Luftwaffe in the early morning of May 10th, 1940 during the German invasion of the Netherlands. Military Airfield Waalhaven, Rotterdam.

Of the eleven G-1 Mercury present at Waalhaven [ten ready to fly], eight had taken off. The 302 and 334 were destroyed on the ground for their first scramble, two were eliminated in the air battle. Of the eight G-1s that took off, six had entered the battle with good results.

They had managed to secure eleven victories and five possible. Six He-111P, 1 Ju-52, 1 Ju-87B, 1 Ju-88 [crashed in Germany, Münster], 1 Do-17Z and one Bf-109D were confirmed by multiple sources and witnesses. Three BF-109s, a Ju-52 and a He-111 may have also been shot down. It is almost certain that two Bf-109s [landed at Spijkenisse and Hoekse Waard] were shot down in the early morning and could not be attributed to a "perpetrator".

A He-111P is used by the German researcher Dr. Weiss booked that early morning as having been shot "six kilometers south of Dordrecht" while Dr. Weiss also separately recognizes the He-111P at Zevenbergschen Hoek. In addition, according to Dr. Weiss, a total of four Ju-52s were shot down by the G-1s and another four emergency landings were made by Ju-52 at Waalhaven because of the G-1 yachts.

Colourised PIECE of JAKE

Caption: https://www.grebbeberg.nl/index.php?page=een-inleiding

Source: NIMH Vliegvelden in oorlogstijd #rotterdam #waalhaven #fokker #fokkerg1 #bombing #historycolored #ww2 #colourised #meidagen #colorized

16/04/2022
How Aussie surfers took down plane hijacker
16/03/2022
How Aussie surfers took down plane hijacker

How Aussie surfers took down plane hijacker

On the floor of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH128 lies a man who moments earlier tried to enter the cockpit of the commercial passenger jet high above Melbourne armed with what he told passengers and crew was a bomb.

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28/02/2022

Photos from Airline Secrets Exposed's post

Mobile uploads
22/12/2021

Mobile uploads

Purpose of Red & Green Lights.

18/12/2021

The Boeing 2707 was an American supersonic passenger airliner project during the 1960s. After winning a competition for a government-funded contract to build an American supersonic airliner, Boeing began development at its facilities in Seattle, Washington. The design emerged as a large aircraft with seating for 250 to 300 passengers and cruise speeds of approximately Mach 3. It was intended to be much larger and faster than preceding SST designs such as Concorde.

The SST was the topic of considerable concern within and outside the aviation industry. From the start, the airline industry noted that the economics of the design were questionable, concerns that were only partially addressed during development. Outside the field, the entire SST concept was the subject of considerable negative press, centered on the issue of sonic booms and effects on the ozone layer.

A key design feature of the 2707 was its use of a swing wing configuration. During development the required weight and size of this mechanism continued to grow, forcing the team to start over using a conventional delta wing. Rising costs and the lack of a clear market led to its cancellation in 1971 before two prototypes had been completed.

General characteristics

Capacity: about 277 passengers
Powerplant: 4 × General Electric GE4/J5P turbojets, 63,200 lbf (281 kN) thrust each
Performance

Maximum speed: Mach 2.7
Range: 4,000 mi (6,400 km, 3,500 nmi)

18/12/2021

Boeing had a couple of tricks up its sleeve to expand on the 747-400 back in the 1980s-1990s.

The -500X proposed to stretch the fuselage to a total length of 250’ and was targeted to provide service for routes up to 8,700nmi for up to 462 passengers. This boss of a jumbo jet was slated to tip the scales at over 1.0 million pounds.

The -600X was an even longer stretch to a total length of 279’. The range was shorter than the -500X at a mere 7,700nmi range, but it was for an additional 86 passengers giving the -600X a total of 548 seats. This absolute monster would have weighed in at 1.2 million pounds.

18/12/2021

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18/12/2021

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15/12/2021
Flight Experience Melbourne

Thinking about the gifts for this Xmas? From today, get 20% off all simulator experiences with code XMAS20
Only one voucher but it will allow up to 5 people seat in the Cockpit!
Fly anywhere, anytime.
Plus, you get to be the captain!
Perfect gift for anyone, regardless of age or experience level!
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Flight Experience™ allows people to fly a Commercial Airliner Simulator.Find us at QV in the city of Melbourne.
http://melbourne.flightexperience.com.au/ Call us on (03) 9650 0737

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13/11/2021

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28/10/2021

**WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGE**

Yesterday's Iberia flight IB-6586 from Bogota (Colombia) to Madrid,SP (Spain), was on final approach to Madrid's runway when a vulture impacted the aircraft's nose.

The A350 continued for a safe landing about 90 seconds later. The aircraft's nose was cracked with the vulture trapped in the wreckage

Airbus A350-900,
Registration EC-NDR
Serial number 312
Type 350-941
First flight date 07/05/2019
Test registration F-WZNK
Plane age 2.5 years
Seat configuration C31 W24 Y293 Seat
Hex code 34628D
Engines 2 x RR Trent XWB

25/08/2021

Put Dad in the Captain Seat! This Fathers Day, put your dad in the captain's seat and give him an experience to remember! Use code:"CAPTNDAD" for 20% off! Gift Voucher will be mailed out everyday!

25/08/2021

Put ad in the Captain Seat! This Fathers Day, put your dad in the captain's seat and give him an experience to remember! Use code:"CAPTNDAD" for 20% off! Gift Voucher will be mailed out everyday!

05/08/2021

looking forward to seeing @flight.experience.sydney in tonight’s episode of #TheBachelorAU 7.30pm tonight on 10! See pilot Jimmy take his date on a scenic flight in our Boeing 737 Simulator. To celebrate, get 15% off our experiences and vouchers using code BACH15 online! sydney.flightexperience.com.au

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06/07/2021

Photos from Airline Secrets Exposed's post

06/07/2021

Boeing 747 - MSN 28023 - 9V-SPK
Singapore Airlines
Status : Written off
Serial number 28023 LN:1099
Type 747-412
First flight date 12/01/1997
Seat configuration F12 C58 Y348 Seat
Engines 4 x PW PW4056

Last Registration : 9V-SPK Singapore Airlines Flight 006 was a scheduled Singapore Airlines passenger flight from Singapore Changi Airport to Los Angeles International Airport via Chiang Kai-shek International Airport (now Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport) in Taipei, Taiwan.

31 October 2000, at 23:17 Taipei local time (15:17 UTC), the Boeing 747-412 operating the flight attempted to take off from the wrong runway at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport during a typhoon. The aircraft crashed into construction equipment on the runway, killing 81 of the 179 occupants aboard. Ninety-eight initially survived the impact, but two passengers died later from injuries in a hospital.

As of 2021, the accident is the third-deadliest on Taiwanese soil. It was the first fatal accident involving a Boeing 747-400 and the only fatal accident involving the passenger variant. It is also the first and only Singapore Airlines crash to result in fatalities

MORE https://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=20001031-0

06/07/2021
Timeline photos
06/07/2021

Timeline photos

Ground Collision...
(30/June/2021)
- United States of America 🇺🇸 :
A Piper PA-23-250 Aztec F, owned by Pacific Fleet Aviation LLC, registration N1715Y, was taxiing when it struck N917JF, a parked Dassault Falcon 900B jet, owned by Fabick Aircraft Co LLC, at Kona-Keahole Airport (KOA/PHKO), Hawaii, USA.
Both airplane sustained substantial damage and there were no reported injuries.

Expensive 💸💸...

- Photo: Brian Powers/Hawaiian Images Photography and Video

29/06/2021

The student pilot of a Sling 2 which conducted a touch and go landing at Moorabbin above a PA-28 that was lined up at the displaced threshold of the same runway incorrectly believed they had been provided a landing clearance, an ATSB investigation has found.
https://www.atsb.gov.au/media/news-items/2021/runway-incursion-1/

25/06/2021

Good afternoon! Happy Friday.

Any plan for the weekend? We have 10:30- 11:30 am morning flight experience session available.

Come and book with us now.

20% off for last minutes booking. 😬

We’re back! We will be open from 18th June 2021.Please book online at melbourne. flightexperience.com.au to receive 20% ...
14/06/2021
Flight Experience

We’re back! We will be open from 18th June 2021.
Please book online at melbourne. flightexperience.com.au to receive 20% off.

We take COVID-19 (Coronavirus) seriously. Visit Terms & Conditions to view the steps we are taking to ensure your safety.

13/04/2021

Address

Shop 9 QV Square
Melbourne, VIC
3000

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 9pm
Friday 10am - 9pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm

Telephone

(03) 9650 0737

Products

scenic flight
A flight around your local airport, learning the basic controls of a jet airliner and
being in command of a take off and a landing. 30 minutes.

city circuits flight
Fly circuits to sharpen your skills, then try a challenging approach such as Hong
Kong’s Kai Tak airport. Fly past hills and skyscrapers just before you land! 45 minutes.

city flyer
City to City
Captain a jet aircraft on a short haul city to city airline sector following real world
procedures. After selecting a city pair from our menu it’s time to flight plan, push
back, start up and get underway. 60 minutes.
Take-Off’s and Landings
Here’s your opportunity to practice the most challenging elements of flight.
Think you have everything under control? Be on the look out for reducing visibility,
a gusting cross wing or perhaps the dreaded engine failure on take-off. 60 minutes.
Challenging Approaches
Pick from our assortment of challenging approaches. It may be Kai Tak with its
towering skyscrapers surrounding you and last minute turn on to final. Or perhaps
Paro, nestled in a tight valley between 17,000ft Himalayan peaks. 60 minutes.

ultimate experience
Start with a flight around your local airport, learning how to control a jet airliner and
being in command of a take-off and a landing. Next flight it’s your choice. Maybe it’s
a city to city sector, more circuits with some extra challenges thrown in or perhaps
approaches to demanding airports. 90 minutes.

DVD Recording
An in cockpit DVD recording of your Flight Experience.

casa instrument recency
Log instrument flight time and approach recency whilst experiencing the thrills of
handling a big jet aircraft.

Corporate events
A Flight Experience Corporate Event is ideal for entertaining clients or colleagues.
Enhance your team’s skills, such as leadership, communication and innovation.
Test your team under pressure or just come together for fun; we can tailor a
package to suit your team and requirements.

framed photo
A photo of you as the Captain in the Cockpit. A great souvenir for the home or office.
Full terms and conditions are available at http://melbourne.flightexperience.com.au/

Earn your wings!

Join Flying club and become a qualified

flight experience simulator pilot
The state-of-the-art Boeing 737-800 replica cockpit is the most realistic and
advanced entertainment flight simulator in the world. High-fidelity wraparound
visuals and operational auto-flight systems create a total immersion experience.
Take off and land at over 20,000 airports; learn checklists and operating
procedures; fly circuits; master instrument approaches. Pilot training, when you
want it, is one-on-one with your own personal instructor.
Earn your Flight Experience wings and fly solo. Or fly yourself and some mates to
any destination in the world.

Fear of flying?
Take control and face your fear! Learn more about all aspects of flying, aviation safety and procedures and weather. Put your mind at ease when you fly.

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Visited Flight Experience Melbourne on Friday 26th November. Had a 90 minute session and would highly recommend. The team at Flight Experience were great!!
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This young man Bob Bramley flew solo around Australia. He is one of the youngest to do so. A remarkable achievement on its own but more so he goes on to promote Youth Su***de prevention awareness, giving talks and sharing his experience so that others are enlighten and aware of the many young precious life that are lost. What were you doing as a 16 years old ? All I knew was to bang my head to foreboding heavy metal music and forcing my neighbours to call the police for noise pollution ! Let me hear your comments. :) Good on ya Bob ! You got my vote.