What to know about the new Qantas flight simulator
Qantadas has rolled out the Qantaras flight simulation for the first time, providing a first glimpse at the technology that will power the flight simulator.
The Qantars simulator uses virtual reality to simulate the performance of the Airbus A380 aircraft on the ground, but the QANTAS flight simulator is the first to run it with virtual reality as well.
“The QANTADAS flight simulation is the next step in the evolution of Qantababy, a virtual reality-powered flight simulator that is designed to provide a new way to experience and learn the A380, the world’s most popular passenger jet,” Qanta said in a statement.
The simulator uses a virtual flight path, allowing users to see a simulated runway and an approach to the runway.
“You’ll see a real runway, and a simulated approach to that runway, so you’re flying straight ahead at full speed,” QANTA flight director Ian Wright said.
“There are no lights, no wind, no other aircraft on that runway.
It’s just the plane itself.”
Qantababies is a combination of virtual reality and the Boeing 737.
The Qantats simulator uses the new virtual reality technology and includes the QFVR app which can also simulate flight.
In addition, the simulator has a variety of real-world aircraft including Boeing 737-800s, Airbus A400M, A380s, and A380-600s.
The simulator includes real-time navigation, ground-based radar, and an onboard flight simulator, so users can learn to fly a variety, real-life aircraft.
Qantadaws simulator is a fully interactive experience and users can zoom in and out and interact with the virtual environment.
The flight simulator uses 3D imagery from the ground and includes virtual flight controls, a cockpit simulator, a simulated flight route, and other virtual features.
Users can zoom into the virtual aircraft and view a variety on-screen features, including the aircraft’s position, position data, fuel level, engine temperature, fuel flow, fuel temperature, and altitude.
The virtual aircraft also includes a virtual pilot.
This virtual pilot is available in both real-space and virtual flight.QANTAS said that its flight simulator includes a number of “features” that enable it to deliver an immersive virtual experience.
“This virtual flight simulator enables Qantairas customers to experience the world of the Q-400 with an intuitive and intuitive experience that is tailored to the user’s personal preferences,” QANES said.QANES has worked with Boeing to bring the simulator to market.
The company’s new simulator will be launched at the end of March.