Posted May 06, 2018 08:30:23After spending a few months in Japan, I finally got to fly the Aerobatics Training Simulator and put it to good use.

The Simulator was a fun experience and I really hope that a similar experience can be had by riders in Seattle. 

It’s not a full blown trainer, but it can teach you basic aerobatic maneuvers and then give you some aerobatics tricks to practice on the ground. 

The Simulator is $99, but there are also options for $199 or $199.99, depending on the region.

The trainer is based on a popular Aerobat model, but I’ve heard of other models from different manufacturers, and that makes it hard to compare them. 

There are three different types of aerobat, with different shapes and weights, and each trainer can be used for a variety of different aerobats.

I tested a few different models and they all worked pretty well for me, but the trainer that I used for this article is definitely the best.

The trainer can also be used to practice your flying skills on the real world.

When I first flew it, it was my first time trying out a simulator that is more like an actual plane than a simulation.

The pilot in the simulator is the same one that you would see flying the real thing, but with a new flight stick. 

You don’t get a whole lot of space to practice the real flight, and it’s not particularly spacious either.

It’s not the most comfortable simulator, but that’s OK because you can’t really practice flying in this simulator unless you’re flying it in real life. 

If you have a lot of money, you can upgrade to a model with more room and more aerobots, but if you don’t have much, this trainer is a great option.

If you want to try it for yourself, you should really pick up a trainer.