Landing High Japan Flight Simulator arcade video game is a simulator practicing landing and takeoffs from several Japanese airports. The famous Japanese arcade manufacturer Taito developed and released the game in 1999.
During the gameplay, the player is a commercial aircraft pilot simulating the experience of realistic commercial flight. The players are required to master the skills of a captain to maintain a smooth and safe flight. During the gameplay, the player takes off once, and after that conducts a landing at a selected destination airport. The gameplay has two play modes with a training mode. The game is using five commercial airliners: Boeing 747-481D, Boeing 767-281, Boeing 767-381, Boeing 777-281, and Boeing 777-381, and six airports: Osaka, Hiroshima, Naha, Sapporo, Tokyo, and Fukuoka.
After each landing, points are awarded or deducted after each landing based on the pilot’s skills, course difficulty, and passenger approval or complaints.
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|Dimensions:||43"W x 65"L x 77"H|
|Power:||120v AC, 8amps|
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