If you love flying, Pro Flight Simulator is the program for you. Period!
A major goal of this program was to make your flying adventure as realistic as possible. And they’ve succeeded; just read the quotes from users! Whether you’re talking of the flying qualities, the appearance of the aircraft, or the outside environment, the “look” is unbelievably realistic for flight simulation software.
You’ll notice that I used the word “aircraft” above, not the word “airplane.” That’s because with Pro Flight Simulator you get the ability to fly a large number (over 100, actually!) and variety of aircraft, not just airplanes! Compare that with any competitive program!
Sikorsky Skycrane, one of the aircraft simulated in Pro Flight Simulator
Ever want to fly a Sikorsky Skycrane? Or maybe a hot jet fighter and become the “Top Gun” in your family? Or maybe you just want to keep your skills fresh so when the snow melts you can jump right into your C-172 and feel comfortable. The hangar full of aircraft lets you chose! And each one provides a very realistic adventure on every flight!
OK, that’s how things look. How does it fly? Professional flight simulators cost millions of dollars. This cost a tiny fraction of that, so can it be any good? Yes!
First, you give up the motion—and a few million dollars! And you give up the realistic cockpit: the walls, the seats on rails, etc. And save maybe another million bucks or so. And you don’t get the real-world visual displays—and you don’t pay for them either. (But you can provide your own large-screen display, plus another smaller screen for the cockpit, if you wish!)
The first thing you know, you’re down to the important part: the software! That’s what you get with this program and it is very good. In the real world, each aircraft type flies differently. The same here! But they don’t simply fly “differently,” they fly realistically compared to the real aircraft.
The software is so realistic that the flight instruments even degrade the same way they do in real airplanes. For example, if you invoke a vacuum system failure, the attitude indicator will slowly become less and less accurate and finally will roll over and die. Just like “for real.” (But you detected that shortly after the failure, right?)
How about a little weather—or are you a fair-weather pilot? With Pro Flight Simulator, you can “dial in” as much or as little weather as you want to help you build your skills and confidence.
Before I quit, I must mention at least one of the bonuses available to you when you click the link below. An electronic version of the 281 page book “Airplane Flying Handbook,” a very real book published by the FAA and read by thousands of pilots, is just one of the bonuses. If you’re learning to fly using this program, this bonus book will really get you headed in the right direction for your flying adventures.
I could go on and on about the benefits of this neat program, but at this point the best thing I can do is suggest that you get all the details, including the special discount being offered now, and the bonuses.
Get all the details, including the warranty, here: