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Full motion Cirrus simulator announced

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Hey,I'm not trying to steal any of Ron's thunder what with the upcoming Eaglesoft Cirrus or even the nice freeware Cirrus of Beckert, Kraemer & Roehl, but take a look at this full motion Cirrus simulator with parachute scenario: http://www.certifiedflyers.com/This is not going to be an add-on for MSFS and certainly won't be on any home simulator budgets. Anyone purchasing a real Cirrus should consider this training though. I'd just love a few hours in it :).Zane

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Not at all Zane. These folks contacted us sometime ago if memory serves so who knows what may happen:-)Please note that none of what you see on their site is in an FS environment:-)

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Hi ThereI know this sim well, having travelled to Pittsburgh to fly it for a weekend while being developed..its a GREAT bit of kit , but has NOTHING to do with flight sim.It actually uses a special build of X plane as its simulator base...this provides the graphics/instructors station etc etc, and Fidelity (who make it) then hook the real cockpit into xplane...hope that helpsCheersBill P

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Hi Zane,I don't think you are stealing any thunder with regards to the Freeware Cirrus, in my opinion.Folks can download the FREEWARE SR20 here at Avsim:http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID...04ac&DLID=66089As for their prices for rentals, at the place you listed, etc... :-lol$280 an hour to fly a SR22. Please. That is insane, but I guess there are people out there willing to pay it. Just find someone that owns one and offer to split actual costs. But wait, pay $1200 up front and get a $2.00 an hour discount. :-lol :-lolI pay $500 up front and get at least $5.00 an hour discount.Look at their estimate for a PP-ASEL:Private Pilot Certificate: 1976 Cessna 172 $8,2000.00$8200. in a 1976 Cessna 172.. :-lolUnbelievable. Well I guess that is what folks in Jersey want to pay.Take Care,Joeaopa.gif" border="0" alt="Grab My FREEWARE Voice recognition Profiles here:[a href=http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fs2004misc&DLID=58334]Cessna 172 Voice Profile[/a][a href=http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fs2004misc&DLID=60740]FSD Avanti Voice Profile[/a].You will need the main FREEWARE Flight Assistant program to use it, get it here:[a href=http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=genutils&DLID=39661]Flight Assistant 2.2[/a]

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I invite you to visit the http://www.flyairorlando.com/full_motion_simulator.htm website . We have a Motus flight simulator approved by the FAA for Level III training in the Cessna 172 and Beech Baron. We are in the process of adding the Seneca I model. Future enhancements will include glass instrument panel training.If you are in Orlando, please stop by!W. Sieffert

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>>>>> $8200. in a 1976 Cessna 172 <<<<<<

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Wow that certified link? thats my FBO, I actually flew that motion sim, it is AWSOME!

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