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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.

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Challenging Airports: Samedan, Switzerland

We return to the deep mountain valleys of Switzerland to visit the fly-in ski resort of Samedan. Known as a playground for sports enthusiasts, a privileged few access the region via private and chartered corporate jets. While most of us might not be able to afford a single night in one of the exclusive mountainside resorts, we can take a crack at the journey to get there.

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A Guide to Microsoft Flight Simulator

In part one of this brand new series on Microsoft Flight Simulator, we provide an overview of the new platform, discuss the world updates and how to install third-party add-ons.

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Heatblur Simulation’s DCS:F-14A

In mid-November 2020, Heatblur released its late-model F-14A Tomcat into the wild. At the risk of maximum corniness – let’s ride into the danger zone!

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Back to Basics - Series 3, Lesson 3

One of the biggest challenges that pilots face when transitioning to night visual flying is identifying visual and spatial illusions that may lead to disaster. In this tutorial, we learn that the key to flying well at night is to understand and anticipate these illusions and react accordingly.

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VSKYLABS' Robinson R44 Raven II

VSKYLABS Aerospace Simulations specialises in producing add-on aircraft for X-Plane. We see how their R44 Raven measures up.

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Building a 737 Home Cockpit - The Beginning

In this new series, Joe Lavery shows us how he built his full-size home-built 737 cockpit and will be offering some invaluable tips along the way.

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Tiger Moth Flight Adventure

The de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth still graces our skies almost 90 years after it first flew in 1931. While initially produced as a military trainer, it has gone on to be used in almost every conceivable facet of aviation. In this issue, we'll learn about its history as we replicate the pilot training procedures used in the 1930s.

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Baron’s Combat Corner - A Combat Report

In this instalment of Baron's Combat Corner, Derek Davis puts some of the theory that has been discussed over the past few issues into practice by using one of his memorable missions as a case study.

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FSim Studios’ CYVR Vancouver International Airport

FSim Studios' CYVR Vancouver International Airport has been released via the Orbx Simulations platform and proves to be much more than a mere airport add-on…

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AEROFLY FS 2’S AIRBUS A320

Recently, the Aerofly FS 2 A320 received a major upgrade and is now a quality payware-level aircraft for both the casual simmer and ‘grizzled’ veteran to enjoy.