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    Airbus Real Deal

    Those of you interested in getting the real thing not some wood and screws check this out.
    http://www.jpasims.net/sims_for_sale/index.php
    Tim

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    Airbus

    Would be interesting to know the Price tag.... But just to transport and relocate this thing and operate it... i remember when Robert Prather was offered a FULL LEVEL-D DC-10 sim from Continental... They said you can take it is yours you only have to pay to rellocate it!! They where giving it out... LOL!!

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    When they have listings like that without prices, IMHO, if you have to ask the price it's out of anyone's price range.

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    Airbus

    Heres some very interesting information for what your getting the prices are insanely cheap. Check this response out.


    Tim,
    THanks for your inquiry. We have a range of sims and prices available. From the MD-90 at 2.5M USD to a 737 available for 350K. Let me know what interests you and we'll see if we can find a fit.

    Joel Plaice

    President, JPA
    8421 W 95th Dr.
    Westminster Colorado 80021
    Off 303 456 8768
    Fax 303 456 0680
    Cell 720 841 3370

    Not bad for sims easily worth 8-12m


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    I agree that is quite cheap considering all the parts onboard the simulator. Some airlines use their simulators as an extra part "warehouse" so if something breaks on a real plane they can use a part from the sim. That is assuming that the sim was made using the real parts and that they all still have their documentation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodiano View Post
    Would be interesting to know the Price tag.... But just to transport and relocate this thing and operate it... i remember when Robert Prather was offered a FULL LEVEL-D DC-10 sim from Continental... They said you can take it is yours you only have to pay to rellocate it!! They where giving it out... LOL!!
    Thats probably the simulator on the link below

    http://www.dc10.no/

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