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This Air Traffic Controller Built a Fully Functional 737 Simulator in His Garage [Video]

As an air traffic controller and a licensed pilot, James Price's life revolves around flying. So it's not that surprising that he's spent the last 12 years converting an old Boeing 737 nosecone into a full-on flight simulator in his garage. More »
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