Recent Examples of cockpit from the Web
There’s a small cabinet up front, right behind the cockpit, which the Air Associates staff stocks with snacks and soft drinks.
The footage shows what was on display in the cockpit for the pilots of a U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet.
The videos, each taken from cockpit cameras on fighter jets, show unmarked oval-shaped objects, which the Post described as being shaped like Tic Tacs, hovering in front of the military planes.
The airline’s pilots mobilized across Europe to unionize and their efforts won backing in October from the Air Line Pilots Association that represents U.S. cockpit crew and is the world’s largest pilots union.
Burtt has a model plane, a Nieuport fighter aircraft, dangling from the ceiling; there’s a miniature cutout of Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams standing in it, waving anachronistically from the cockpit.
Most insurers prefer that pilots new to such planes spend 25 hours in the cockpit with an instructor alongside, too.
Going with the top-of-the-line Prestige package takes the sticker to $50,200 and adds Audi's all-digital 12.3-inch virtual cockpit with heads-up display, an 8.3-inch central touchscreen, navigation and top-view camera.
Virtual Reality An Airbus staffer views a cockpit with VR.
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