Minnesota: MSP Debuts Mock Aircraft
Residents of Minnesota can now experience what it feels like to board an airplane, without actually going on a flight.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) recently introduced their new education center at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International airport which includes simulated cabin areas where people may enter and participate in preflight activities such as taking off clothes or sitting down comfortably before take off!
This partnership aims not only provide passengers with confidence building opportunities but also help them build skills necessary for travelling by air safely including understanding weather conditions that could occur while flying outside your own country’s borders.”
The education center is located in the Lindbergh Terminal and is open to the public Monday through Friday from noon to four p.m.
It will also be available for school field trips and other group visits by appointment. Admission is free.
So far, the reaction to the new education center has been positive. “It’s very realistic. It gives you a good feel for what it’s going to be like when you’re actually on the plane,” said one visitor.
If you’re interested in learning more about air travel or just want to see what an airplane cabin looks like up close, the MSP Education Center is definitely worth a visit.