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Fly!: Piper and Cessna in San Francisco - Special Edition* (Windows)

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Fly!: Piper and Cessna in San Francisco* is a cut down version of Fly!. The game is fully featured but the player is limited to two aircraft, the Cessna 172R Skyhawk and the Piper Navajo Chieftain 350, and the scenery around San Francisco.

The following aircraft the Piper Malibu Mirage, Beech King Air B200, and Raytheon Aircraft's Hawker 800XP JET together with the scenery areas of Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and Dallas/Fort Worth are not available here though they are in the full version of Fly!.

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Fly!: Piper and Cessna in San Francisco - Special Edition* Windows When the player finally selected the USA as a destination country the game found over four thousand places to land. This is too much to display as the handy information window says.
Fly!: Piper and Cessna in San Francisco - Special Edition* Windows The simulator comes with some pre-loaded flights. As this version is based around San Francisco and is limited to just two planes, the number of supplied flights is less than the full version.
Fly!: Piper and Cessna in San Francisco - Special Edition* Windows When the simulator runs for the first time it displays this information screen
Fly!: Piper and Cessna in San Francisco - Special Edition* Windows Having selected the starting point and the destination the player uses the software to generate a route

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  • "Fly! Lite" -- Used by install process

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piltdown_man (70515) added Fly!: Piper and Cessna in San Francisco - Special Edition* (Windows) on Apr 28, 2013