Looking for a last minute gift or running out of holiday inspiration?
European Flight Simulator is here for you!
An original gift under the tree! In fact, by choosing the option of sending by post, you will receive the gift voucher under
in the form of a paper boarding pass, presented in a cardboard gift box. You don't even need packaging!
Christmas is fast approaching and you still haven't found the perfect gift? European Flight Simulator at the
solution for you!
Thanks to our “Fly For Fun” flight packs, offer a flight in a Boeing 737NG as a pilot!
Yes you read that correctly, it is now possible to fly an airliner thanks to our professional simulator.
Whatever your experience, we will adapt to your knowledge to make you have a moment
As the end of year celebrations approach, offer an original gift, rich in discoveries and emotions?
With European Flight Simulator, come and discover the function of airline pilot! This fascinating and mysterious profession is
now accessible to all. Climb into our Boeing737NG cockpit and take control for a flight where you
will be the captain!
We received a visit from the "Vivreici.be" team
Come relive their experience.
For Saint-Nicolas, opt for an original gift!
Offer a flight in B737NG as a pilot!
No matter your experience in aviation, from 10 years and 1m50 our professional flight simulator is made for you.
CODECO of 21/01/22 - Resumption of flights from Friday 28/01, the Covid Safe Ticket is not required and wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 6.
Is the approach of winter giving you a slack?
Are you depressed by the Belgian weather?
Come and get your fill of thrills at European Flight Simulator!
This Monday, November 8, 2021, we received a visit from Léon, from the program “BelRTL chez vous.”
Léon was able to discover our center and the world of aviation to share it with listeners
For the fifth consecutive year and thanks to you, we have received the certificate of excellence from TripAdvisor.
Aviation is a constantly changing world. The current model of the airliner is challenged every day. Engineers are looking for new materials, new manufacturing techniques, or new methods of flight. So what will the plane of tomorrow look like?