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airliner pilot

simulation of an airline fight
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fight air traffic, take off, land, sit in holding pattern for hours, diversions, emergencies etc,
sukiyaki, Nov 17 2008

Bus Driver - The Game http://www.busdrivergame.com/
[Spacecoyote, Nov 17 2008]

Air Florida Virtual Airlines http://www.airfloridavirtual.com/home.htm
"Virtual Airlines" extend PC flight simulators, by having realistic flight routes, and other aspects of running an airline. [Amos Kito, Nov 17 2008]

flight simulator... http://www.microsof...s/flightsimulatorx/
[xandram, Nov 17 2008]

did you not even search this idea? http://www.google.c...es&aq=5&oq=flight+s
[xandram, Nov 17 2008]

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       //simulation of an airline fight// Pretend to drink 10 pints, pretend to sing baudy songs, pretend to abuse airline staff, then pretend to be escorted from the plane in handcuffs?   

       //holding patter// that would be the irritating chat from a nervous neighbour?
Mony a Mickle, Nov 17 2008
  

       It sounds like the brother to the ever-popular "shovel out a ditch" game. You click on the ditch, then click on the dirt pile. Repeat for 8 hours.
Voice, Nov 17 2008
  

       //diverions// A new type of charged particle, in addition to anions and cations?
coprocephalous, Nov 17 2008
  

       I like anions and potatoes in my soup.
Spacecoyote, Nov 17 2008
  

       //I like anions// They are positively good for you
Mony a Mickle, Nov 17 2008
  

       you fly as the pilot
sukiyaki, Nov 17 2008
  

       What, no special pajamas to wear whilst playing?
xandram, Nov 17 2008
  

       Sigh. I could tell the author by the title. Isn't there a MMPORG that does this already?
normzone, Nov 17 2008
  

       Sorry to churn this turkey, but I've seen stories of entrepreneurs in India running static airliners as "flight sims" (as passengers) for people too poor to be able to afford the real thing.
If I can be arsed, I'll try to find an appropriate reference. [-]
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Nov 17 2008
  
      
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