SSTSIM, in alliance with Flight One Software, has announced the release of Concorde SSTSIM for FS2004. The package includes a complete suite of programs that allow the user to fully experience all aspects of flying a Concorde. For full details, click on Read More.
SSTSIM, in alliance with Flight One Software, is pleased to announce the release of Concorde SSTSIM, exclusively for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
More than just a flight simulator add-on, the package comprises a complete suite of programs to enable the user to experience all aspects of flying a Concorde; from flight planning, load analysis, engineering responsibilities, pre-flight check lists, and more. A comprehensive tutorial on how to fly the supersonic jetliner is included.
The Concorde SSTSIM is not for the novice! It includes over 200 switches, push buttons, and dials, all linked to the various aircraft systems! However, even though flying this aircraft will be extremely challenging, it will also be incredibly rewarding. Utilities that are included are Concorde Load Manager, Concorde Takeoff Calculator, Concorde Fleet Manager, and Concorde Texture Installer.
Other features include virtual cockpit, virtual cabin, hundreds of moving parts many of which are controlled by the aircrafts systems to mimic their real-world counterparts, highly detailed external models, flight model done in partnership with Concorde pilots and engineers, custom sound set, and more.
This release includes the Concorde Prototype, Pre-Production, and Production aircraft in a variety of different model layouts and details.
Customers who purchased the original Koch Media Altitude Concorde may purchase this product at a discounted price. Visit the product pages for more details.
If you can't wait, we have a model over in the file library here which is free to download.
Don't forget... We have a huge selection (over 24,000 files) of free mods and add-ons for MSFS, FSX, P3D & X-Plane in the file library. Files include aircraft, scenery, and utilities All are free-to-download and use - you don't even need to register. Browse on down to the file library here.