Flight Simulation

Key.Aero is home to PC Pilot, the world’s favourite flight simulation magazine which brings sense and expert opinion to the exciting and often daunting world of flight simulation. Contributors include many real-world pilots and aviation professionals to ensure what you read is as real as it gets. Articles cater for those interested in both civilian and military aircraft and include news on the latest standalone and add-on software products, news and reviews of flight sim hardware, tutorials, features and interviews.

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Aerosoft/Digital Aviation’s CRJ professional

Chris Frishmuth

A true study simulation of the CRJ 550, 700, 900 and 1000

Chris Frishmuth
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vFlyteAir Simulations’ Cessna 150 Commuter

Thomas Haynes

A real-world C150 pilot’s perspective...

Thomas Haynes
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Boeing 747 50th Anniversary Flight Adventure

Peter Stark

This issue Peter Stark flies the ‘Queen of the Skies’

Peter Stark
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PMDG’S 737 NGXu Base Package

Richard Benedikz

A reboot of a classic

Richard Benedikz
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Just Flight’s Traffic Global

Jessica Bannister-Pearce

Bringing AI life to X-Plane

Jessica Bannister-Pearce
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Back to Basics - Series 2, Lesson 10

Peter Stark

We fly across northern California and learn some new navigation tips

Peter Stark
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Flight Planning for Airliners

Richard Benedikz

A hints and tips guide

Richard Benedikz
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SSG’s Boeing 747-8i

Peter Stark

Anniversary Edition

Peter Stark
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UK2000 Interview with Gary Summons

Joe Lavery

In this exclusive interview, we talk to the highly respected designer Gary Summons - well known for his highly detailed and awardwinning UK2000 series of scenery add-ons.

Joe Lavery
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Deka Ironwork Simulations’ DCS: JF-17 Thunder

Chris Frishmuth

A new lightweight, single-engine, multi-role combat
aircraft for DCS World

Chris Frishmuth