DLR Tests Windowless Cabin In Flight Simulator

German aerospace center DLR will begin testing the acceptability of a windowless airliner cabin in November using a new passenger cabin module for the Air Vehicle Simulator (AVES) at its Institute for Flight Systems in Braunschweig. DLR has invested about €1 million ($1.1 million) in the cabin...

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