PC Pilot - Sept/Oct 2013

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REVIEWS

Just Flight Eurofighter
Alabeo Staggerwing
ORBX FTX Wales
Majestic Dash 8
Sibwings Antonov AN-2
Fly Tampa Athens
JRollon BAe Jetstream 32
Go Flight Pro Yoke

FEATURES

Challenging Airports – St Maarten
Chris Frishmuth takes us on a trip to the beach, visiting the infamous St Maarten Airport.

FlyPad
Peter Wright discusses the ever increasing range of tablet PC applications aimed directly at the flight simmer.

Rise Of Flight – The Fokker Eindecker
The aircraft under discussion in this edition of our series on Rise of Flight is one that had both a material and psychological effect on the Allies and its pilots at the beginning of World War I. Its impact was such that for a period of time RFC airmen were referred to as ‘Fokker Fodder’. The aircraft in question was the Fokker Eindecker.

Flight Adventure - Stockholm to Helsinki
We visit Scandinavia on a short hop, with a regional turboprop, across the Baltic Sea from Stockholm to Helsinki.

TUTORIALS

DCS: A-10C Warthog
Chris Frishmuth’s series on The Fighter Collection’s DCS: A-10 Warthog continues with an in-depth discussion of emergency procedures and what exactly to do when things go horribly wrong!

Jet Airliners – A Flight Sim Pilot’s Guide
Jane Whittaker offers a discussion of the Boeing 737 hydraulic system.

A Beginner’s Guide to X-Plane
Richard Benedikz offers advice on how to configure your flight controls in order to get the best out of your aircraft in X-Plane.

GA Tutorial – Back To Basics
Peter Stark continues his tutorial flight across Oregon, demonstrating a VOR approach.

IL-2 Cliffs of Dover – Junkers Ju 87 Stuka
Derek Davis gets hands-on with flying the iconic Ju 87 Stuka, famed for its screaming vertical dives!

HINTS + TIPS

Flight Sim Q
Among the topics under discussion in this edition of Flight Sim Q&A are how to solve sound problems, controllers not working, running out of hard drive space and software crashes.

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