Kuwait Flight Simulation Center

Posted by Mark

Yesterday I posted a video taken at Flight Experience in 360 Mall, well there is another place that’s officially opening tomorrow (April 20th) that has a wider range of flight simulators available. The place is called Kuwait Flight Simulation Center and they are located in the basement of Discovery Mall in Kuwait City. I originally passed by them yesterday to take pictures but wasn’t allowed to since there was a miscommunication but the owner told me I could pass by today and take pictures which I did except I didn’t have my camera with me today just my iPhone 4 so apologies for the quality of the shots.

The place looks like a large plane fuselage from the outside. Once you walk in you have 7 simulation capsules on the right hand side, 3 combat stations on the left and right next to them you have a large enclosed room which is a proper full scale flight simulator similar in style to the one at 360 Mall. You also have a small coffee shop, a small shop that sells scale models and another shop that sells flight simulator accessories for PCs.

Today the place is open but it’s invite only, starting tomorrow though it should be open to the public. For more information you could visit their website [Here] or Facebook page [Here]


That’s how the inside of the capsule looks like


The 3 machines on the left are the fighter plane simulators


I think the fighter plane simulators actually move and give force feedback


Thats the inside of the full sized simulator


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17 comments, add your own...


  1. Madee says:

    Mark,

    So you didn’t try the simulator? Any idea on the $?

    • Mark says:

      no I didn’t, since I have lunch there everyday might try it tomorrow and take better shots as well to replace the ones above. No idea on prices as well, will get those tomorrow when i try it out.

  2. Tariq says:

    i know that Burhan would love to try that and i would love to be his copilot, i’m wondering if we can order some Roast beef N cheddar from Hardees when we have to autopilot on during the simulation ;P

  3. Sheikh says:

    There I see a Review of iPhone 4, Camera Quality ;)

  4. Slaytar says:

    seems interesting tell us about it, once u try it

  5. Babble says:

    Oh I’m so excited! LOL.
    I know where I’m going to this weekend!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Any idea on price and how long a session lasts?

  6. Mohammed says:

    These are the prices from their website

    Prices vary, based on the aircraft you choose, but generally run between 10 KWD and 30 KWD per hour without instructor. Classes also vary in price, but some basic classes are free on a first come, first serve basis. The more you fly, the more discounts you can earn.

  7. Summer says:

    looks great! it reminds me of Kidszania in Dubai.. there was something similar to that!

  8. meh says:

    This should have been an arcade.

  9. Sauce says:

    this is awesome.. what if i only wanna learn how to take off…. dont care much about the landing :P

  10. Bo-Ya3gooob says:

    Will hopefully pass by this weekend and try it out, that is if im not travelling… :P But i always wanted to fly… Looks like fun…

  11. alblogy says:

    I’am very old fan of flight Simulation
    my First flight Simulation “game” was in the late 80’s using Amiga500
    http://bit.ly/dWbrJh

  12. Nick says:

    Hey All, just a note for all you aviation enthusiasts. The flight sim at 360mall and the crew there are way more professional if you want to take flying seriously and learn something. I am a pilot myself and noticed that.

  13. lateef says:

    I went to the 360 its nothing to compare with Kuwait flight simulation center its bigger and you can find Avery thing in aviation there pilot shop, hobby shop,training center, cafe , and 11 deferant simulators including the A320 pro wow its amazing Avery body have to visit


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