Stepping into the cockpit of an advanced aircraft for the first time trying to learn how to fly it with nothing to help you out but a manual, or maybe a good tutorial if you’re lucky, can be quite a daunting task.
If you are an experienced simmer the general knowledge of how aircraft work will go a long way, but you’re still going to have your work cut out for you trying to learn a new aircraft. If you are a newer simmer, you may be in for an extremely steep learning curve.
I was recently ask why Coolsky doesn't develop for and support Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D flight simulator. The discussion quickly turned into one about the future of flight simming since P3D is often held up as the future of flight simming. I will try to explain here why I don't develop for or support P3D, and why I don't think it is the future of flight simming.
The Flight Center is the starting point for all aircraft administration, dispatch, options, training and failure simulation. You can also access the Navigation Simulator and the live schematic system views from the Flight Center.
CoolSky in partnership with Flight One Software is proud to present:
Ultimate Airliners: The Super 80 Professional
- with Integrated Cockpit Training System
The Super 80 Professional is a highly advanced new addon product for MS Flight Simulator.