PC Pilot - January/February 2012
Peter Wright tells us about a new checklist App designed for your iPhone, which for all intents and purposes functions as an electronic co-pilot - using speech!
Chris Frishmuth assesses a new update for the venerable Falcon 4.0, which completely overhauls the original's code and brings this 13-year-old sim up to nearmodern standards
LOCKHEED MARTIN'S PREPAR3D
We continue our series on the serious side of flight simulation, with a look at how users of Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D can customize training missions to suit their needs and how experienced programmers can develop new features. Plus, we also report on how third-party flight simulation companies are working with Lockheed Martin to bring their expertise to the Prepar3D ecosystem.
FLIGHT SIM FLIGHT TEST - THE PIPER CUB
"Ah, the good old Piper Cub! From the tip of the jaunty upturned spinner to the graceful curve of the rudder, it just looks `right'." Dave Unwin compares the real Piper Cub with Flight Replicas' virtual rendition.
CHALLENGING AIRPORTS -
Chris Frishmuth's challenging airport for this issue is Toncont¡n International Airport in the city of
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