Welcome to the Latest Issue of PC Pilot

Issue Cover

The World's Favourite Flight Simulation Magazine

PC Pilot is Europe’s only English-language magazine dedicated solely to computer flight simulation. Each issue includes a free CD ROM, reviews of the latest simulation software, new stand-alone programmes or add-on aircraft, plus scenery and utility software for Microsoft’s Flight Simulator series and other commercial simulations. It also includes assessments of flight control hardware and articles dealing with technical PC issues aimed at both the beginner and the more experienced simulation flyer.

Read from £2.50 a month with Key.Aero Premium!

Subscribers can read the full issue here in page-turning PDF format or as individual features re-edited to suit the digital world.

Read the issue on Key.Aero now

 

Ways to read PC Pilot

Single Issue

Subscribe and save

If you prefer to read online, subscribe to KeyAero Premium today. You’ll be able to read our leading aviation magazines online immediately, plus you’ll get unrestricted access to all content across KeyAero.com.

Flight Adventure: A Caribbean Tour Feature Premium

Flight Adventure: A Caribbean Tour

As the northern hemisphere works its way towards winter, we’ll warm our bones by flying regional routes in the northern Caribbean between the US Virgin Islands in the north and Martinique in the south.

Tasmanian Odyssey Feature Premium

Flight Adventure: Tasmanian Odyssey

Tasmania is as far south as you can go in Australia and is exposed to the sometimes wild weather that sweeps in from the west on the 'Roaring 40s'. Pick the right weather, however, and the clear air will give you views that seem to stretch from one side of Tasmania to the other!

FlyByWire Simulations' A32NX Review Premium

FlyByWire Simulations' A32NX

We review A32NX by FlyByWire Simulations, the development group behind creating an
improved version of the default Airbus A320neo for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Building a 737 Home Cockpit Feature Premium

Building a 737 Home Cockpit – The new shell and more

Joe Lavery shows how his cockpit enclosure evolved from a shell, with a few panels, into a realistic 737 cockpit.

A guide to Microsoft Flight Simulator: How to Design Scenery Feature Premium

A guide to Microsoft Flight Simulator: How to Design Scenery, Part 2

In this instalment, Joe Lavery looks at 3D design applications used to create bespoke buildings and objects that look more authentic than using inbuilt assets provided by Asobo Studio.

​Descending over the non-traffic side for Runway 28 at NZGB. [Click and drag to move] ​ Review Premium

Black Box Simulations' Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander

We review Black Box Simulations' second general aviation aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator, the Britten- Norman BN-2 Islander.

Microsoft Flight Simulator - Sim Update IV and V Feature Premium

Microsoft Flight Simulator Sim Update IV and V - A Developer’s Diary

Since our last status report on Microsoft Flight Simulator, Asobo Studio has released five major updates along with several ‘hot fixes’ as the team continues to work with aircraft manufacturers, the flight sim community and real-world pilots to improve all aspects of the simulator.

Wings Over Flanders Fields: Between Heaven & Hell II Feature Premium

Wings Over Flanders Fields: Between Heaven & Hell II

A truly immersive experience The developer of Wings over Flanders Fields, Old Brown Dog, has released a new version of this popular series called ‘Between Heaven & Hell II’. Derek Davis takes it for a test flight and highlights some of the new features that have been incorporated.

Feature Premium

Back to Basics - Series 3, Lesson 6

In this lesson, we continue to develop our instrument night flying skills and learn how and when to use the flight, engine and navigation instruments when the weather or visibility makes visual flight more difficult.

Review Premium

Orbx's Split Airport (LDSP)

For this issue, I’m grabbing my bucket and spade and heading off to a popular holiday destination, Split in Croatia.