James Price of Pleasanton has built a flight simulator out of the nose of a former Lufthansa fleet Boeing 737 and is one of only a few people in the country to own and operate such a device. Price is an air traffic controller at the Oakland Air Traffic Control Center in Fremont and a private pilot. When he’s not flying for real out of Livermore airport, he’s safely navigating the skies in the comfort of his own garage.
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