This series is spoilt for choice as we explore classic aircraft available to flight simulation pilots. This time, we fly one that has happily transcended the centuries and still manages to turn heads – the de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk.
Most aircraft in this series have enjoyed a long production life and evolved from many earlier models. However, not all aircraft become classics this way. In this issue, we explore one that has become synonymous with Short Take-Off and Landing operations from small and rugged airstrips – the Daher Kodiak.
Despite environmental concerns, bizjet charters have skyrocketed since the start of the pandemic and currently show no signs of slowing. In this flight adventure, we take a look at one of the more stunning bizjets in the skies today, the Cessna Citation X.
We pick up where we left off in the last issue, showcasing some of our favourite VFR scenic flight routes around the Great Southern Land of Australia. The three tours in this article showcase diverse geographical areas and are best flown low and slow in a single-engine piston aircraft.
With the release of World Update VII: Australia for Microsoft Flight Simulator, we decided to take you on a series of guided fights around some of the most impressive scenery in the Land Down Under. We start in the Blue Mountains in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales.