Closed Precision Approach Jet Instrument Trainer

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*** Price lowered from $25 to $17.50 + postage ***

For sale at $17.50 + postage is a very nice condition Precision Approach Jet Instrument Trainer. Includes 3 floppies, the owner's manual binder, and the case the binder slips into. Tested this about 4 months ago when I owned a Amiga. No longer own an old Amiga so can't test the floppies again but can't imagine them going bad in the last 4 months staying nice and cozy in my vintage computer room. Still being sold as-is since I can't test the floppies again and it is old software. Has been very well kept and in great condition! Email me if interested.

Here is what she looks like.

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I could be interested in this, subject to discovering what it actually is.
What would be the likely shipping costs to the UK?
 

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Taken from a well-known site, hope this help.

Conceived and designed by Bryan Styer and pilot Earl Rogers, PRECISION APPROACH: JET INSTRUMENT TRAINER was intended to be a simulation tool rather than a game that allowed commercial pilots to develop/maintain proficiency in flying aeroplanes. Additionally, it allowed pilots experienced in other aircraft to become familiar with Boeing 727 operating techniques, which form the basis of the flight simulator.
 

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Ah, it's a flight simulator. In that case I'll pass.

In my job a "Precision Approach" can be a radar approach controlled from the ground. It's infact one of my jobs, and I was curious that this might be a simulator based on that.

I'm not really into flying though, I'll leave that to the self loading ballast. ;)
 

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Mods, please close this thread. I have created a new thread that shows all my Amiga items in just one thread. So, to clean things up, please close this one. Thanks, tj
 
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