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    Advanced Approaches For FSFlyingSchool PRO


    FSInventions announce the release of a new pack for their add-on for FSX and FS2004


    'Advanced Approaches' for FSFlyingSchool PRO 2013 for FSX and FS2004


    An optional new set of add-on features have been introduced following the requests of many users of the product.


    'Advanced Approaches' builds on the popular instant On Approach feature of FSFlyingSchool by adding a host of new features that can set up varied and challenging approaches in just seconds!



    A new feature lets you set up an approach which intersects your final approach, from the left or the right, from any angle you choose. This was previously limited to 45 degrees.



    Begin your approach at the start of the 'Downwind' leg of the traffic pattern at any runway. Set yourself up to fly left or right traffic - the choice is yours!



    The Flight Plan screen now includes a handy diagram showing which approach types are available to set up with Advanced Approaches at your selected runway.


    What's more, if you set up visibility and wind using the new random settings introduced in Advanced Approaches, you will get a different challenge each time!



    Optionally set the specific altitude of your approach using MSL or now AAL (Above Airfield Level). Very useful to quickly set 'pattern altitude'.


    Now you can specify that only the slick 'detailed' airports supplied with FSX Deluxe or FSX Acceleration will be included in random selection.


    For those who like variety and challenges, the wind can now be set to a random strength and direction. This will keep you on your toes and is a great way to fly a whole host of very different approaches in minutes.



    Low visibility is always a challenge - now you can set it to a random distance that will automatically vary with each new approach! Who knows what you will be facing next time?


    To find out more, watch movies, download free demos, etc, visit the FSFlyingSchool Website .

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