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Rand
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Flight Gear Flight Simulator

For those interested in Flight Simulation Games
http://www.flightgear.org/introduction.html

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I have tried a few in my time, but I have never learned how to fly, I always crash after a few minutes. 8O

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I have briefly tried Microsoft Flight Simulator, and flew 747's. I took off from Oslo Airport Gardermoen in the morning, reached cruising altitude, turned on the autopilot, went to my office -- and landed at Johannesburg Int'n Airport, South Africa, after returning from work.

If nothing else, it gives self-confidence whenever flying. I have this idea of being able to land whatever aeroplane in one piece, if both the pilots and the stewardess with the big .... eyes ... get a simultaneous in-flight heart attack. Biggrin

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Nice Recon, you will have the potential to be a great flight instructor for terorists

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I play Microsoft Flight Sim 2004 a lot. I like flying helicopters on it mostly. You can get extra scenery and aircraft from the net, things like aircraft carriers and oil rigs that are pretty cool.

I also like doing commercial jets, using all the autopilot and navigation stuff. It's fun to do a flight in the dark in a thunder storm, so you can't see ANYTHING, and to use all the nav stuff and instruments to do a perfect landing at an airport you've never even been to, and that you can't see. I have the slight advantage that my Dad is a pilot so he can show me how to do it all Wink

Of course, it would all be pointless without a good joystick.

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Lol James my Dads a pilot to and I play Flight Simulator a bit however nothing beats the satisfaction of doing loop the loop and barrel rolls in a 747. The new one is coming together nicely Microsoft Flight Simulator X, look for it at gamespot, got some nice videos of a heli taking off from a cruise liner and the new addition adds missions to the mix. Waves look impressive as do trees. Blum 3

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How does this one fair to the ones y'all use?
If it is any good, I may start learning.

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How close to the real thing is these flight Simulations really?

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I dabble in PC Military flight sims - none of that commercal stuff more me.

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