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(From Bristol Evening Post)
HOT-air balloon expert Don Cameron has unveiled a new flight simulator at the Air Training Corps headquarters in Portishead.
The new sophisticated piece of equipment, costing GBP3,500, has the capability to simulate the handling of 40 different types of aircraft.
Mr Cameron was asked to launch the system because he is a former cadet with the Glasgow University Air Squadron where he learned to fly gliders before entering the world of hot-air balloons.
The simulator was the idea of the Portishead Corps' welfare …