Berlin is bringing aviation closer to the public


A new motion flight simulator is available for all visitors at the Berlin Technische Museum thanks to the sponsorship of the Boeing company and the science programs of First Scandinavia Foundation.

Boeing is celebrating its centennial anniversary: The first 100 years, as the Chicago-based aviation company claims. On this exciting journey over the past century, the world has seen man progress on the mastering of engineering beyond the expected possibilities in order to enterprise humanity from the early ground take-offs to aerospace discovery. Meanwhile, all of us, from grandparents to grandchildren, are unable to stop dreaming about the next surprising milestones.

Boeing wants to take the opportunity of its 100th anniversary to let people discover, enjoy and better understand what a pilot can feel, what an airplane can do. As a result, from now on, all visitors at Berlin Technische Museum will have the chance to jump in a two seater motion flight simulator to experience by themselves what being a real pilot is like. The flight simulator, made by Virtual-Fly, is prepared for flight training & entertainment and displays both single and twin piston engine airplane models on a fully equipped glass cockpit.

The Berlin Technische Museum is a gifted environment to place such a flight simulator as visitors will be able to look & feel the evolution of the aviation technology as this innovative flight simulator is surrounded by legendary flying machines. The aim of the Air & Space department at the Museum is clear, the higher added value transferred to the museum´s visitors will help them increase their satisfaction, stay longer on the facilities and recommend the museum´s experience to their closest relatives and friends.