PC Pilot - March/April 2009

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X-PLANE 9 - A BEGINNER'S GUIDE
X-Plane has developed a reputation as one of the most advanced flight simulators currently available. With fluid frame rates, it can provide you with a superb flying experience, making it an excellent alternative to Microsoft Flight Simulator. In this, the first of a new series, we guide you through the various aspects of this sophisticated flight simulator.

SCENERY CREATION IN FSX
In this, our final instalment of our series on creating scenery in FSX, we add some finishing touches to our airfield project, before bundling it all up for release.
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FLIGHT SIMULATOR - A BEGINNER'S GUIDE
This edition of Tony Radmilovich's Beginner's Guide lifts the FS bonnet and delves inside the secrets of Flight Simulator's configuration (.cfg) files - powerful files which can greatly affect how the program looks and runs. The spotlight in this issue is placed on the aircraft.cfg file.

JET AIRLINERS - A FLIGHT SIM PILOT'S GUIDE
In this ever-popular series, Jane Whittaker explores the various factors that affect the amount of runway required for take-off in a 747 and offers valuable hints and tips on calculating those requirements.

GA FLIGHT SIM TRAINING
This issue of Peter Stark's GA tutorial series looks at some of the factors which will enable you to plan and fly longer flights. In particular he explores that all-important topic of fuel management.

HUMAN ELEMENT
Webster's dictionary defines friendship as 'Companions or peers with whom one has common interests'. Tony Radmilovich, in the return of his 'Human Element' series, shows us how flight sim-based relationships are every bit as real and important as any other type.

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