There are few things as liberating as being able to fly, which is why humans invented airplanes and why penguins constantly try to sabotage them by climbing into their jet engines. Feel the freedom of the skies with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for up to one hour in a flight simulator for two (a $135 value)
- $65 for one hour in a flight simulator for up to four (a $270 value)
Time in a flight simulator makes an ideal holiday gift as virtual pilots sit in a cockpit outfitted with a full instrument panel and gauges that respond to the plane's virtual movements. Customers execute a variety of flight missions with the guidance of detailed flying maps. Guests can choose aircrafts ranging from single-engine planes to fighter jets and can select any major airport in the world for takeoff and landing.
The pilot watches the single-engine aircraft's gauges adjust as he takes off from London's Heathrow Airport. Moments later, he dives an F-16 fighter jet beneath the Brooklyn Bridge. Flight Master's virtual flight simulator empowers prospective pilots to jump between experiences like these while ensconced in a cockpit modelled after those used in professional flight training. Flight assistants guide guests, acquainting them with the instrument panel as they fly over virtual terrains that range from detailed cities to wild landscapes. For added effect, the simulator adjusts light according to time of day, as well as challenges pilots with weather changes, bouts of turbulence, and Godzilla attacks. Beyond simulated flying, Flight Master also throws kids' birthday parties in the flight simulator.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Captain Val is a hoot! Great experience for those who ever dreamt of being a pilot or just were curious to see how it all works.”
“Great experience ”
“My grandson and I had a great time with the simulator and it was a quite an experience for him. The simulator gave me a greater respect for those who actually fly...”
“My grandson and I had a great time with the simulator and it was a quite an experience for him. The simulator gave me a greater respect for those who actually fly real aircraft and made me realize that it isn't as easy as it looks. ”