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| A visitor from - posted Thu June 17, 2010:|
Can I order a hardware like this for my FS9? haha. Cool pic
| A visitor from United States posted Wed January 17, 2007:|
The instruments are clear and the action of the photo as the pilot anticipates his landing. I can tell the speed of the plane is 140 kts and the glideslope is steady
| A visitor from Switzerland posted Mon October 24, 2005:|
Well, its quite sharp for the darkness.
BTW : If you have a closer look, you see the flaps full setting under the engine data.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon October 24, 2005:|
Nice and rather sharp picture, both exterior and interior have enbough light.
| A visitor from Spain posted Mon October 24, 2005:|
Very very nice and unusual to see a sim cockpit. But if you look carefully the pitch is about 3 degrees nose up (not 5). IAS is 140 kt, but anyone can see the flaps config ?.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon October 24, 2005:|
Whoa cool simulator picture, very impressive. Interesting comment about the 5deg nose-up attitude, I did not know that :-) However I am not impressed with the graphics - I think FS2004 with addons is superior in that department. But then again "cool" graphics are not important in airline pilot training!
| A visitor from Nepal posted Sun October 23, 2005:|
How much would this simulator cost.....???its so real apart from the buildings
| A visitor from Kuwait posted Sun October 23, 2005:|
Very real, looks almost real!! nice photo.
| A visitor from New Zealand posted Sat October 22, 2005:|
I see the captain is going for the casual look today. :P Very nice shot, good to see something a little different.
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat October 22, 2005:|
Wow looks so real...the first thing that gave it away was the PAPI lights...and the buildings ofcourse!
| A visitor from Costa Rica posted Sat October 22, 2005:|
Very nice and detailed shot! You can even see the A330's characteristic 5 degree nose up pitch on finals. Though the environment reminds me of FS2004.
| A visitor from Australia posted Sat October 22, 2005:|
Good photo. I wish I had one of them!
| A visitor from Switzerland posted Sat October 22, 2005:|
I wish I had this simulator at home :) Great shot.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat October 22, 2005:|
Could have sworn it was a real photograph
| A visitor from Portugal posted Sat October 22, 2005:|
I like that!!!! Its amazing...
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat October 22, 2005:|
Great photo! I like to see a simulation