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In Flight Emergencies is an add-on for FSX that allows you to realistically simulate emergency events and really test your ability to handle the unexpected. This demo version will work with the Cessna 172. The full program works with all standard FSX aircraft as well as the majority of add-ons. By Living Sky.
This Demo Version will Work with the Cessna 172. The full program works with all standard FSX aircraft as well as the majority of add-ons. More than ever, enthusiasts strive to make their digital experience as real as possible. With the popularity of cockpit building, the flying experience has moved to the living room, the workshop, or the garage.
Our program, 'In Flight Emergencies for FSX' adds even more to the realism. You could fumble through key sequences to turn on a vacuum, pitot, or brake failure; but how real is that... you know what's coming, and have likely made all the preparations prior to even hitting the key sequence. With 'In Flight Emergencies' you won't know what's coming until it actually happens.
Once started, you can select various events from vacuum failure to engine fires, or, if you prefer, simply click on the 'Timed Event' checkbox to have the program select an event at random. Events of any type could occur at times ranging from 2 to 30 minutes into your flight.
Proper control inputs will be required to correct the problems. Failures supplied with FSX are either timed, or 'On/Off' events where-as failures provided by our program will respond to control inputs. In the event of an engine fire for example, you no longer have to let your 172 burn. Formerly, fire suppression systems in larger aircraft were the only way to put them out. Now, inputs such as cutting the fuel flow to the engine will extinguish the fire.
Just like a real world pilot you have to be observant. Pay attention to your gauges to observe that vacuum failure when it happens, scan outside the aircraft to see if that engine fire has occurred, on approach be sure that the gear has come down, or once you have landed, be ready for various brake failures.
Please Note: The emergency response checklists must be located as indicated above. If you have installed FSX anywhere other than the standard location, you will have to create a file path to the files as indicated. (C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\Emergencies).
This program uses checklist information found in various locations which are added for Flight Simulation purposes only. All ER Checklists are written in notepad and are editable by the user.
If you have any comments and/or suggestions, feel free to contact us through our web page.
The archive infldemo.zip has 12 files and directories contained within it. View them...
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|In Flight Emergencies.application||01.08.08||5.22 kB|
|In flight Emergencies.doc||01.06.08||1.71 MB|
|In Flight Emergencies_1_0_1_2.application||01.08.08||5.22 kB|
|In Flight Emergencies.exe||01.08.08||5.51 MB|
|In Flight Emergencies.exe.manifest||01.08.08||5.79 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
Most of the freeware add-on aircraft and scenery packages in our file library come with easy installation instructions which you can read above in the file description. For further installation help, please see our Knowledge Center for our full range of tutorials or view the README file contained within the download.
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