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    FSFlyingSchool Pro 2015 for FSX/FS2004


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    FSInventions announces the expansion of their product line with a new version of their Award Winning FSFlyingSchool add-on for FSX and FS2004.
     
    Discounted upgrades are available for registered owners of any previous version.
     
    FSFlyingSchool Pro 2015 takes FSFlyingSchool to a higher level with a host of new features.
     
    Several incremental improvements have been made to FSFlyingSchool Pro 2015.
     
    The major new features of FSFlyingSchool Pro 2015 are as follows:
     
    Bombardier CRJ 700 Detail Pack Included

    Experience a new, rich level of attention to the details of the CRJ 700 and the way it should be flown by you. Details covered include spoilers, fuel switches, flight control panel, weight management, hydraulics, generators, passenger signs, speedbrake, thrust reversers, yaw damper, anti-ice, flap speeds, before takeoff procedures, starting the engines, landing techniques and much more.

     

    Boeing 757 Detail Pack included

    Experience a new, rich level of attention to the details of the Boeing 757 and the way it should be flown by you. Get ready to deal with spoilers, autobrake, fuel switches, mode control panel, weight management, autothrottle, speedbrake, thrust reversers, yaw damper, anti-ice and much more.
    Works with several Boeing 757s including the Boeing 757 'Freemium' from Just Flight and the Boeing 757 from Quality Wings!

     

    Douglas DC3 Detail Pack Included

    Experience a new, rich level of attention to the details of the DC3 and the way it should be flown by you. Get ready to deal with carburetor heat, propeller control, cowl flaps, manifold pressure and much more.
    Works with several DC3s including the Microsoft DC3 and the DC3 from Just Flight!

    Learjet 45 Detail Pack Included

    Experience a new, rich level of attention to the details of the Learjet 45 and the way it should be flown by you. Stall speeds, use of yaw damper, thrust levers, flap speeds, before takeoff procedures, fuel management, starting the engines, pitot heat, anti-ice, APU, starters, fuel pumps, engine fires, spoilers, FGC controls, landing techniques and much more.

     

    Beech King Air 350 Detail Pack Included

    Experience a new, rich level of attention to the details of the King Air 350 and the way it should be flown by you. Stall speeds, use of autofeather, fuel condition levers, propeller controls, power levers, rate of climb, angle of climb, flap speeds, before takeoff procedures, fuel management, starting the engines, pitot heat, yaw damper, landing techniques and much more.
     

    Explorer Pack Included

    This exciting new pack contains a set of features that will have you exploring the world in your simulator!

    Announce Nearest Airport (automatically)

    Turn this on at the Pilots Screen of FSFlyingSchool and let your instructors automatically tell you full details on your nearest airport as you fly over or merely in the vicinity of each one. Reports nearest airport with its ICAO code (e.g. Kilo Lima Alpha X-Ray), bearing, distance, runway length. This works for airports within approximately 35 nautical miles of the airplane.

    If you are just flying around for fun and want somewhere "to go" or if you need to get down onto the ground in a hurry, this feature is a winner!

    "Specify Airport" Voice Command

    Say this command to let your instructor know that you are about to request information on an airport. Your instructor will confirm he/she is waiting with the response "Airport..."

    Say the 4 letter airport ICAO code using the phonetic alphabet (e.g. Kilo Lima Alpha X-Ray). If you have announced the code of a valid airport, your instructor will confirm this by replying with its ICAO code, bearing, distance, runway length. This works for airports anywhere in the world. ICAO codes must contain only letters.

    Very useful when used with the Explorer Pack's "Divert to Alternate" command when you want to fly to a specific airport and don't want to return to the FSX flight planner or the FSFlyingSchool flight plan screen. And also for just getting general information! Now you can TELL your instructor where you want to go!

    "Divert to Alternate" Voice Command

    Simply say this command and your instructor will know that you have changed the FSFlyingSchool flight plan to fly to the last airport you requested information on. This works with any airport the instructor has described to you as a result of any of these commands: "Nearest Airport?"; "Airport [x] o'clock?"; "Specify Airport"

    The instructor will respond with its ICAO code, bearing, distance, runway length.

    "Next Runway" Voice Command

    Simply say this command and your instructor will know that you have changed the FSFlyingSchool flight plan to land at the next (numerically listed) runway at the airport in the flight plan. You can say this several times if you wish in order to find the runway you want. The instructor will respond with details on the newly chosen destination runway. Very useful for changing to a better suited runway, especially if just directed to it by ATC.

     
    Enhanced Instructor Awareness!

    Once again, we have made several incremental improvements to FSFlyingSchool, including new areas requiring the pilot's attention.
    The ever watchful instructor Mr Smith is looking at each pilot's performance in even greater detail with the arrival of FSFlyingSchool PRO 2015.
    Here are some of the enhancements:    
    - If you are about to land but are approaching the runway at excessive speed, Mr Smith will advise that you either do something about slowing down or go around.
    - Once you begin your take off run down the runway - get moving! Accelerate! Mr Smith knows the runway behind you is useless.
    - If you are coming in to land and you are not heading into the wind, Mr Smith is going to let you know!
    - Parking brake applied while moving? Mr Smith will have something to say about that.
    - Most larger aircraft use flaps for take off and even if Mr Smith is not directly familiar with the airplane, you'll get a reminder to check its procedures if flaps are not set at take off.
    - The autopilot is a very useful tool, but you don't need it for taxiing or at take off and Mr Smith knows this.
    - If stationary, engines should be started with the parking brake applied. If not, Mr Smith will give you some advice.
    - Ready for take off? ATC is expecting you to get going and so is Mr Smith. Don't just sit there on the runway.
    And more...!
     
     
     
    To find out more, watch movies, download demo, etc, visit the FSFlyingSchool Website  .



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