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Slide 1: ==== ==== The Most Realistic Flight Simulator There Is. http://tinyurl.com/74btvvb ==== ==== It costs a lot of time and cash to add an instrument rating to your Private or Commercial Pilot's license. Once you have been awarded it, you don't want to let it lapse and go to waste. Living, as I do, in Hawaii, I find that I don't need to fly on instruments very often. However, island weather can transform all at once and I want to remain competent for those times when I want to file and fly an IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) flight plan. Instrument flying is not precisely like "never forgetting how to ride a bicycle." If you don't fly IFR on a fairly normal basis, it is easy to become "out of form" and you certainly don't want to endanger your life and those of your passengers because you neglected to practice frequently so as to stay proficient. Repeated schooling can be costly, especially if your IFR flying skills are a bit "out of practice." Periodic IFR competency reviews with an instrument instructor are mandated by the FAA and, certainly, every instrument pilot wants those to go rapidly and smoothly. Much more significant than getting through a check ride is the reality that you really need to keep up your IFR competence for the sake of yourself and those individuals who trust you with their lives. Even though I can't log the instrument flight time legally, as I could in an FAA-approved flight simulator, I have noticed that utilizing a high-quality flight simulator on my home computer is a great way to prevent myself from getting rusty. I can practice all the instrument approaches I desire, as often as I choose, at no actual out-of-pocket expense. For a long time, I have utilized various versions of Microsoft Flight Simulator to this end but recently I have become interested in the potential of a software program called Pro Flight Simulator. There's much to admire about this simulator and there are very few bad points. Many persons who use this software have never (and probably will never) will fly a real airplane in their lives. This type of user usually looks at Pro Flight Simulator as a game, which, in reality, it is. The other kind of user is a licensed pilot, like me, who is more concerned with the thought that practice makes perfect. Over the years, the trouble with home computer-based flight simulators is that they were not very lifelike in terms of lag as it relates to instrument and control response. Personally, I have found the airplanes modeled by these simulators to be actually much harder to land smoothly than their reallife counterparts. When flying a real plane on instruments, there is a lag between the time when a motion is input to the controls and when the result that input will appear on the instrument panel as the aircraft responds. Pilots become accustomed to this, so the more lifelike a simulator is in this regard, the more helpful the software is to the practicing pilot. There is also lag in certain instruments themselves. As an example, it takes a magnetic compass a few moments to read accurately after the completion of a turn. You need it to act this way in your simulator, also. While there are many nice qualities of Pro Flight Simulator that I could talk about, I will restrict
Slide 2: myself to those of most significance to pilots using this flight simulator to keep up IFR competency. In short, the instruments and controls are not only true-to-life; they act very much like the genuine article. In addition, the over two hundred airplanes that are incorporated with Pro Flight Simulator act much like their real-life counterparts do when flying through real air. You can control the weather conditions to simulate the IFR weather you are going to come upon in real life and you can flight plan routes all over the globe to and from 20,000 different airports. For VFR (Visual Flight Rules) flying, Pro Flight Simulator's photo-realistic scenery and landscapes seem very much like the real thing. There's much more to this fantastic flight simulator. You can learn more by going over the advertising information online. You can purchase it and download it on the Internet but because it is such a large download, I strongly recommend you acquire a DVD from the member's area. © 2011 Robert M. Gillespie, Jr. Bob Gillespie writes on many subjects including flight simulators. He is a full-time Internet marketer and author who lives on the island of Maui in Hawaii. Learn more about home flight simulators at Bob's blog: http://flight-simulator.inetwyoming.com Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Bob_Gillespie ==== ==== The Most Realistic Flight Simulator There Is. http://tinyurl.com/74btvvb ==== ====

   
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