PC Pilot - July/August 2006

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Free Cover CD
Our cover disk for this issue is 'jam packed' full of goodies! Our star feature is the first 'mouth watering' movie presentation of Flight Simulator X, which is accompanied by even more screenshots from Microsoft's eagerly-awaited successor to FS2004. Other highlights on the CD include our new 'Screenshot Gallery' comprising of pictures sent in by our very own PC Pilot readers. We also have our PC Pilot interactive movie section, along with a hangar full of patches, demo's freeware aircraft and more! For more details, hurry along to page 10!

Flight Sim Clubs
Flight simulation can often be a solitary hobby. That's why when we heard about Richard Bassett's Flight Sim Group we knew that this was a great idea and a great way of meeting fellow flight simmers. Read Richard's story on page 42.

DIY AI Traffic - Part 2
In the second part of his series on creating AI Traffic for Flight Simulator, Tony Radmilovich focuses on the other half of the traffic equation, making your airports more AI friendly!

Flight Sim Training
Can Flight Simulator be used as a training tool for real flying? Iain Dawson explores this 'thorny' question!

Graphic Innovations
The pace of the technical advancement in the graphics card world continues unabated. Paul Fryer of Alpine Systems takes a look at some of the new innovations.

X-treme King Air B200
Megascenery Southern California
Vickers VC10
Reality XP
Active Sky
Over Flanders Fields

Editor's Letter