Check out what the media have to say about Brussels Flight Simulators…
|11 february – Marie Claire|
The belgian Lifestyle magazine Marie Claire focuses on our “Happy 2 Fly” methode dedicated to people who are afraid of flying. Click here to read the article.
|December 12th, 2017 – Vivacité|
Thomas Roost, learning-journalist for the “BXXL” radio broadcast, felt like a kid experiencing our Boeing 737 simulator in the company of Pierre Van Walleghem !
Broadcasted on Vivacité Bruxelles, you can play back the sequence by clicking on the picture (left).
|November 9th, 2017 – Telenet (Woestijnvis)|
To promote the launch of the “Sully” movie on their TV-On-Demand plateform, Telenet, one of the biggest TV producers and broadcasters in Belgium, used our Boeing 737 simulator with two “Bekende Vlamingen” (Dutch-speaking celebrities).
Like Captain Sully before them, Gilles Van Bouwel and Katrin Kerkhofs tried to land their engine-wounded airliner on the Hudson River in New-York.
Did they make it or not ? Clic on the image (right) to find out !
|October 1st, 2017 – RTBF (La Une)|
On Sunday October 1st, Brussels Flight Simulators opened its doors and its simulators to passionates and newcomers interested in trying flight simulation for the first time.
RTBF kindly responded to our invitation and produced a report focusing on aviophobia and the best way to treat it using both flight simulation and the advice from a psychologist.
|October 1st, 2017 – RTL-TVI|
Invited to our Open Day, marking our first year of activity in Zaventem, a TV-crew from RTL-TVI kindly responded by reporting about the job of airline pilot and the kind of interest it still generates for the younger generation.
|June 8th, 2017 in Het Nieuwsblad|
Clic here to read the web version of the report published in the local edition (Brussels / Dutch Brabant) of Het Nieuwsblad on Thursday June 8th, 2017.
And don’t miss our little video released for the occasion ! =>
|May 30th, 2017 on RTBF (La Une)|
A TV-crew from the RTBF (standing for Radio Télévision Belge Francophone) paid us a visit to shoot a long-format about Ryanair’s takeoff strategy from Brussels National Airport.
Clic on the next picture to watch the report broadcasted twice in the news and including an interview with our manager Pierre Van Walleghem (in french).
|May 11th, 2017 on RTL-TVI|
The private belgian-luxembourgish TV-channel RTL-TVI came to us for shooting a report in order to better understand the takeoff strategy of Ryanair in Brussels National Airport.
Clic on the next picture to watch the report aboard our Boeing 737 cockpit with the explanations of our manager Pierre Van Walleghem (in french).
|April 27th, 2017 on Snooze (Pure FM – RTBF)|
Guillaume, our Marketing and Communication Manager, dropped by the radio show of Pure broadcasted on RTBF, to present what Brussels Flight Simulators is about. It ended up being a very nice interview with the two sympathic hosts.
A video to watch on RTBF Auvio (in french) !
|February 8th, 2017 on sbap.be|
Serge van Oosterzee, a great aviation fan, gave us his positive feedback after spending time in control of our Boeing 737 simulator.
An article you can read on his personal blog sbap.be (in english).
|September 15th, 2016 on Bruzz.be|
Two steps away from Zaventem Airport, Brussels Flight Simulators just opened its doors, giving everyone the chance to fly a Boeing 737 like in real life ! Our reporter has learned how to safely land a plane on the ground.
The news website Bruzz has been one of the first media to pay us a visit. Here’s the verdict, available on Bruzz’s official Facebook page (in french / dutch).
|October 27th, 2015 on RTL.be|
Terrified just to be stepping on a plane, this Belgian has created his own flight simulator. “To build your cockpit you don’t go to Ikea”.
The website of RTL-TVI focused on Pierre Van Walleghem’s innovative project in this article where he talks about his ambition and motivations to create a simulator after years of aviophobia.
An interview to read on RTL.be (in french).
|October 15th, 2015 on Tinynews.be|
Exclusive ! A Belgian builds his own flight simulator.
Interview with our Manager Pierre Van Walleghem who talks about the first steps of his new project.
An article to read on Tinynews.be (in french).