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    FSFlyingSchool Pro 2014 for Prepar3D version 2


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    FSInventions announces the expansion of their product line with a new version of their Award Winning FSFlyingSchool add-on for Prepar3D version 2. Discounted upgrades are available for owners of any previous version and the free demo has no time limit.

     
    The major new features of FSFlyingSchool Pro 2014 are as follows:
     
    Advanced Approaches Pack Included
    We all know we need to practice, practice, practice, our approaches and landings. Folks around the world are busy flying with the On Approach features of FSFlyingSchool. Introduced in 2011, these features make setting up approaches to any runway in the world the work of only a few seconds. But now - there's more! FSFlyingSchool PRO 2014 includes the Advanced Approaches Pack which allows the pilot to set up increasingly complex approaches.
    A new feature lets you set up an approach which intersects your final approach from any angle you choose. This was previously limited to 45 degrees. You can begin your approach at the start of the 'Downwind' leg of the traffic pattern at any runway. Fly left or right traffic - the choice is yours! Optionally set the specific altitude of your approach using MSL or now AAL (Above Airfield Level). Very useful to quickly set 'pattern altitude'.
    The Flight Plan screen includes a handy detailed diagram showing which approach types are available to set up with FSFlyingSchool PRO 2014 at your selected runway. 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?
    Ready to be challenged?!
     
    Interactive VOR Navigation Help
    Your instructor Mr Smith will be watching closely when you are navigating using VOR navigation aids. He will let you know the meaning of the different indications and instruments of your aircraft's VOR Indicator, such as the TO/FROM/OFF flag, the Omni Bearing Selector (OBS), and the Course Deviation Indicator (CDI).
    You'll get this information as you fly and change settings and of course as the instruments themselves react to your flightpath.
    He'll also describe at length the general aspects of the different elements of VOR navigation as you fly along.

     
    Cessna 208B Caravan Detail Pack Included
    Want to fly a detailed flight in the ever popular Cessna 208B Caravan?
    This 'Detail Pack' for FSFlyingSchool Pro 2014 offers extra detailed treatment when flying this marvellous airplane.
    Your instructor knows the details of this machine and will expect the same from you!
    The product has the instructor reading c208B checklists to you, but what's more important is that he'll be watching your performance and looking for those details that are so essential in a Caravan.
    In addition to FSFlyingSchool Pro 2014's detailed analysis of your flights, you'll hear extra advice and warnings all specific to the c208B. Stall speeds, use of propeller control, rate of climb, angle of climb, flap speeds, fuel, starting the engine, landing techniques, fuel condition lever and much more.
     
    Voice Command DELUXE Pack Included
    Described by PC Pilot Magazine as a "must have feature", the Voice Command Pack gives you the means to talk back to your instructors. With the addition of the new DELUXE pack, your instructors will be listening for a whole new set of powerful, useful, fun voice commands that extend the basic set. You'll get new information on fuel consumption and reserves, waypoint frequencies, required rate of descent to destination, the nearest airport and much more.
     
    Cessna 182 Skylane Detail Pack Included
    Want to get to know the c182?
    FSFlyingSchool Pro 2014 offers an especially detailed experience when flying this fast, fun aircraft. Your instructor will be reading c182 checklists to you, watching your performance and looking for your attention to c182 details.
    Extra advice and warnings all specific to the c182 include flap speeds, run up procedures, fuel, starting the engine, stall speeds, use of fuel pump, carb heat, cowl flaps, propeller control, rate of climb, angle of climb, landing techniques, mixture control and more.
    To find out more, watch movies, download demo, etc, visit the FSFlyingSchool Pro 2014 for Prepar3D version 2 Homepage.



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