How to schedule flights to Dubai, Paris, Madrid, Paris-Nice, Milan, and Milan-San Remo, and to the US?
That’s the goal of a new flight simulator.
Dubai International Airport and the Emirates Airports Authority, Dubai’s aviation regulator, are partnering to create the Flight Simulator 2020 (FS2020) program, a collaboration between the Emirates and flight sim manufacturer FlightSim.
The goal is to create a flight simulation that can be used by aviation professionals to plan flights to and from Dubai.
The Flight Simulator is an interactive flight simulation, similar to a flight management system in which a pilot uses the controls of a laptop to plan and manage flight paths.
It will have two different modes: a flight plan mode that allows the user to choose the time of day or day of the week that they want to fly, and an offline mode that enables the user the ability to fly at any time during the day or night.
The FS2020 simulator will be designed with Dubai in mind.
“Dubai is the world’s number one aviation hub and the world capital of aviation,” says Ali Al-Jassim, Dubai Mayor, who chairs the Dubai Regional Airport Authority.
“The FS2019 will help Dubai attract more foreign investment and to provide better services to the airport.”
The FS 2020 simulator will use a proprietary flight control software developed by FlightSim to provide the user with the ability of controlling the aircraft on a single screen.
The flight simulator is set to be the first flight simulator to be developed in Dubai.
The FS2020 is designed to work with a wide range of operating systems, including the Windows operating system and the Mac operating system.
Flight simulators have been available in other airports in the Middle East and in some European cities for several years.
The first FS simulator was launched in 2012 in the United Arab Emirates, with flights to Paris, Rome, Paris to Madrid, Madrid to Milan, Milan-Montreux, Milan to Rome, Rome to Madrid.
But flights to the United States have been slow to take off, due to the difficulty in obtaining FAA certification, and because of the financial challenges involved in building and operating a full-fledged simulator.
The FAA said in 2014 that it would allow a limited number of simulator operators to operate flights to all 50 states, and that it was working to establish certification standards.
“We believe the FS2020 will help create a truly seamless and seamless environment for travelers in Dubai, and for the airport, by giving flight planners, air traffic control, and flight attendants the ability, once again, to use an aircraft simulator to plan flight paths, to manage traffic, and provide real-time information,” says David Fidler, President and CEO of the FAA.
“As more people and airlines enter the aviation market, we expect the FS2019 to be a vital part of that journey.”