Microsoft Flight Simulator X

Microsoft Flight Simulator X 9.1

Flight Simulator 2004 presents many historic airplanes
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Microsoft Flight Simulator is a flight simulator developed by Microsoft for its Windows operating system . It is the most used one among the few civil flight simulators of user level that exist presently, in part thanks to the general notions on aviation, in spite of the criticisms to the model of flight made by the communities of virtual air pilots. Flight Simulator is one of the most used ones worldwide, highly appreciated by enthusiastic amateurs, professional pilots, apprentices or newcomers. With its instructor and classes of flight, you can be initiated in the basic know-how on how to steer an airplane. It also contains a detailed meteorology system, a system of failures of the airplane and a 3D cabin almost complete, with the gadgets of a basic airplane. There is a great community for the Microsoft Flight Simulator, in part because of the structure of flight simulator that permits numerous modifications to be introduced. Also, there are many virtual companies, where the pilots can perform their tasks as virtual pilots, like in an air company. Flight Simulator 2004: A century of flight, also known as FS9, freed itself with many historic airplanes like the Wright Flyer, Ford Tri-Motor and the Douglas DC-3 to commemorate the 100 anniversary of the Brothers Wright's first flight . It included an improved weather engine which permits the users to discharge real time information from weather stations, allowing the flight simulator to be synchronized with the real world.

Mariano Delgado
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Pros

  • Many historic airplanes
  • Great synchro with real world weather stations

Cons

  • None
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