PC Pilot - May/June 2012

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Editor's Letter + Comms 
Cover CD 


Microsoft Flight 
X-Plane 10 
A2A’s ‘Captain of the Ship’ 
Blackburn Buccaneer 
‘Le’ Embraer Phenom 100 
PA-46 Piper Malibu 
ORBX New Zealand South 
SimCat 5


Aerosoft Interview
With Aerosoft’s announcement that it will be supporting X-Plane 10, we invited Winfried Diekmann – General Manager of Aerosoft – to take part in an interview with PC Pilot to tell us about his future plans for the product.

Challenging Airports – Aspen, Colorado
Our challenging airport for this issue is Aspen/Pitkin County airport in the heart of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains - a frequent destination for the jet set.

Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D 
Part 4 of our series on Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D takes a look at how the software is being used as an educational tool for young people – helping students to engage in science, technology, engineering and maths.


A Beginner’s Guide to Flight Simulator 
In this edition of our ‘Beginner’s Guide’ we take a look at a selection our favourite airports in the world of FSX and highlight a utility that will enhance your experience at every airport within the simulation! 

Jet Airliners – A Flight Sim Pilot’s Guide
In this issue, we conclude our series of tutorials on FSLabs’ Concorde with a further look at the duties of the Flight Engineer and some of the technical systems of the aircraft.

GA Tutorial – Twin-engine Flying
Welcome to the next stage of the Back to Basics series in which we will be flying twin-engine aircraft! In this new stage we will be progressing towards flying in all weather and at all times of the day and night as we proceed towards our Command Instrument Rating.

Rise of Flight
This edition of our series on Rise of Flight, offers hints and tips on flying and fighting in the Nieuport 28.

Flight Sim Adventure – Las Vegas To Reno, Nevada
In this adventure, we travel across the incredible state of Nevada, USA, from Las Vegas to Reno.


Flight Sim Q 
Our Flight Sim Q&A for this issue answers questions on the correct procedure for installing software, running your instrument panel on just one monitor and solving a mystery of missing internal and external views!