October 8, 1999

(Photograph) - High-fliers: Kingston University engineering students Erik Clacey (seated) and Ron Monfea take the controls of the flight simulator that will allow them to experience piloting their own designs. The school of mechanical, aeronautical and production engineering has just taken delivery of the simulator. Photograph: Neil Turner

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