Monthly Archives: April 2018

Helisimmer Interview with Adam Breed
April 23, 2018

Our very own Adam Breed spoke at length with helisimmer.com discussing his role on Prepar3D, challenges faced in development, helicopter features, and much more.

You can read the full interview here.

FSFlyingSchool Pro 2018 for Prepar3D v4
April 2, 2018

FSFlyingSchool PRO 2018 is now available for Prepar3D v4. FSFlyingSchool’s AI instructors give instant interactive instruction to pilots on any flight, in any airplane, anywhere in the world. The instructors watch and comment on over 70 different areas of airmanship and maintain full pilot logs of each flight. These logs can then be analyzed by the pilot to identify potential issues.

The chief instructor will also watch and give instruction on other ground and air traffic, taxiways at the current airfield, and weather conditions. Pilots can even talk to the instructor getting helpful information and advice on demand. “On Approach” functions are also available to set up approaches to any land runway in the world in seconds, choosing intersecting final, final, downwind, and base leg approaches with a few mouse clicks.

FSFlyingSchool PRO 2018 gives additional detailed instruction in 15 popular aircraft. The instructor knows these aircraft’s checklists and details including power settings, fuel management, v-speeds, carburetor heat, cowl flaps, primer, fuel pumps, propeller levers, and much more.

FSFlyingSchool is continuously developed, with the latest additional features being the GPS Tutor and Autopilot Tutor. These new items support full interaction during each session to guide the pilot toward expertise in their understanding and use. The instructor gives advice on their operation and closely observes and comments on their use.

In addition, the latest version contains a host of smaller new features including help with ATIS, AWOS, and ASOS, advice on displaced thresholds, flap speeds, proactive checking of flight controls, random payloads, avoiding overheating, and much more.

To learn more about FSFlyingSchool PRO 2018 visit their website at www.fsflyingschool.com/.
Prepar3D pilots can also try out all of FSFlyingSchool’s features with a free downloadable demo by visiting www.fsflyingschool.com/demo-p37.asp.

FSFlyingSchool is used by thousands of both real and simulator pilots worldwide and has won five consecutive PC Pilot Magazine Classic Product Awards, scoring 95% in its last review. FSFlyingSchool has been published for FSX and FS2004 since 2006 and for Prepar3D since 2012. FSFlyingSchool PRO 2018 for Prepar3Dv4 is the 7th version for the Prepar3D platform.