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Flying Club (Windows)

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Flying Club is an unofficial add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 .

Flying Club is based on a real club, The Flying Hut, that's based at Shoreham airfield near Brighton (UK). It gives the player a detailed rendition of the Shoreham airfield together with some of the aircraft used at that club, the C-152, PA38-112 Tomahawk , PA28-161 Warrior, PA34-200T Seneca.

This add-on does not come with any missions or pre-prepared flights, instead it comes with an option to replace the aircraft in the flight simulator's training missions with the aircraft it supplies.

In the updated release each aircraft comes in a choice of colours, red, yellow, green or blue with either English, French or German registration letters. As the craft can be flown in the simulator's US based training flights each has a variant with US registration letters too.

Also included in this product are a three utilities:
  • The Aeroface tool allows the player to put their face, or anyone else's, onto the pilot of their aircraft.
  • The AeroLoad Load & Fuel editor allows the plane's fuel to be adjusted for the number and weight of passengers.
  • The AeroPaint Repaint Assistant allows the player to create additional versions of an aircraft's livery.

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Flying Club Windows The flight simulator's Instrument lessons with Rod Machado have been altered to use the PA-28 Warrior. This is the Warroir's instrument panel.
Flying Club Windows The flight simulator's Private Pilot lessons with Rod Machado have been altered to use the C-152. This is the C-152 instrument panel.
Flying Club Windows The PA-28 Warrior here shown in one of the simulator's Instrument lessons.
Flying Club Windows The flight simulator's Commercial Pilot lessons with Rod Machado have been altered to use the Seneca II PA34-200T. This is the instrument panel

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piltdown_man (87480) added Flying Club (Windows) on Apr 20, 2013