Microsoft Flight Simulator offers flights to destinations around the world in a single trip and the company has a new one up its sleeve.
The company announced today that it is launching a flight simulator that lets you fly from the US to Japan on a budget of just $60,000, which is about $50 cheaper than the US$600,000 price tag of the Boeing 737 MAX.
The simulator, which costs $30 per month and comes with an optional seat, includes a 360-degree view of Tokyo and a 3D map of the city.
It will be available starting today on the US version of the flight simulator.
Microsoft Flight Sim is the brainchild of CEO Kevin Kincaid and is the result of his time as CEO of JetBlue.
It’s an app for smartphones, which lets users view videos, take pictures, and navigate around the flight simulators in real time.
It also lets users create their own flight plans and manage their flights on the fly.
The app lets you select between a standard US fare and a cheaper one, which would cost the same amount in real life.
Microsoft is the company behind the popular JetBlue app, which allows people to buy, rent, and share flights for just $20 a month, which can be used for all kinds of purposes including entertainment, shopping, and other services.
The JetBlue flight simulator is also the first of its kind, with JetBlue allowing users to choose between a US or a Japan-specific fare.
Microsim has also partnered with Japanese carrier Aerospatiale, and offers a Japanese-specific service, the AirAsia Japan service, which will allow Japanese passengers to fly for free.
The AirAsia Asia service also has Japan-only fares.
Kincaid is known for making games for smartphones.
He co-founded the game studio Microsoft, which has also produced JetBlue, and the game “Flight Simulator.”
He also founded JetTrial, which he co-created with another former JetBlue CEO, John Hanke.