The UK's Largest Flight Simulator Company


The UK's Largest Flight Simulator Company

Avro Vulcan Bomber

Welcome to the World’s ONLY Vulcan Bomber Simulator.
It is your only chance to fly this delta wing strategic bomber, tried, tested and instructed by REAL ex Vulcan pilots!

Our experiences can be tailored so whether you are inexperienced or a seasoned home simulator pilot we can ensure that you get to try whatever it is you want to do in the session you book. Happy to help as much as necessary or sit back and let you get on with flying the United Kingdom’s airborne nuclear deterrent during the Cold War!

Vulcan Bomber Pilots in Simulator Cockpit

That’s right! Flightdeck Experience is the ONLY place in the WORLD that you will find this Delta Wing Vulcan Bomber simulator. The plane was retired from the Royal Air Force in 1984, not that you could have hired one of those by the hour anyway! :-)

The simulator was created out of a love for the aircraft. It’s got a big following with people remembering the aircraft from it’s distinct howl as it flies past. YOU can experience this from within the cockpit as every aspect of the aircraft’s cockpit has been recreated.

This is a MUST DO for any military aviation enthusiast.

The experience has received may positive reviews from numerous customers on TripAdvisor and they are in good company with brilliant feedback from Flypast Magazine, PC Pilot and Aviation Weekly.

The simulators are 1 to 1 in scale and are as accurate to the real aircraft as possible. These are fixed base simulator experiences which means that the cockpit doesn’t move. It does however use visual trickery and sound effects to make you feel like you are moving! We have had customers swear that they were in motion after their experience!

Vulcan Bomber Picture for reference
Vulcan To The Sky Trust Logo

Since the business started we have gained a close relationship with the “Vulcan To The Sky Trust”

They have been to the simulator and agree that this is as close to the real thing you can get … and they should know! We highly suggest you visit their museum for a look at the real aircraft