FARGO— If you've ever dreamed of being a pilot maybe want to test out being behind the wheel of a plane the Fargo Air Museum has your chance.
The air museum unveiled several new flight simulators today professional and aspiring pilots or people just looking to have some fun will be able to simulate the experience of flying over 30 different planes.
The simulator is open to the public and includes both real air traffic and weather conditions.
Pilots can choose any location in the world to fly and test their skills.
"Five year old's can fly and we have to set it very simply. And then even seasoned airline pilots can come in and get a challenge flying as well," said executive director Ryan Thayer.
Access starts at $10, for a 15 minute session.