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Just Flight Announces Flying Club X

Posted on Thu, 14 Dec 2006 19:59:06 GMT
Coming soon from Just Flight is Flying Club X, bringing a collection of general aviation aircraft to FSX. The collection includes planes from the FS2004 version such as the Piper Warrior and adds the all new Schweizer 300CBi helicopter. For full details, click on Read More.

Flying Club X is ready to welcome new members

Just Flight is pleased to announce that its immensely popular Flying Club is now looking for new members in Flight Simulator X. The four most popular GA aircraft in the world have now been joined by the fantastic Schweizer 300 CBi helicopter and the whole package is due for release on 15th December.

Membership fees are very reasonable and existing owners will be able to make their aircraft FSX compatible with free updates from Just Flight's web site.

Worldwide, general aviation aircraft account for 75% of all hours flown by civil machines. Flying Club is THE expansion for Flight Simulator X and 2004 that allows virtual private pilots to experience the sort of flying that goes on day in, day out, across the globe. The aircraft are beautifully modelled, both inside and out, and all come with highly realistic custom flight models. A huge list of features makes Flying Club the one to join!

  • Outstanding animation includes nose wheel steering, entry doors and engine inspection panels. Small but important items like the brake fluid lines, pitot head and radio aerials are modelled, and the sounds in Flying Club are all specially recorded for the correct aircraft for authenticity
  • Five of the finest! Fly the PA28-161 Warrior, PA38-112 Tomahawk, C-152, the twin engined PA34-200T Seneca II and the Schweizer 300CBi helicopter - all fully updated for Flight Simulator X
  • Use the aircraft in Flying Club X to take the lessons in Flight Simulator and further your aviation aspirations. There's also a detailed tutorial for the Schweizer 300CBi
  • Exciting tools for the fixed-wing aircraft in Flying Club include a Load Editor, passenger modelling and a repaint tool - you can even make the pilot's face your own!

Just Flight's Wolfgang Schwarz commented: "Flying Club is a mainstay of the Just Flight range and we made it a priority to get this fully FSX-compatible as soon as possible. The popular tools that come with Flying Club, such as AeroFace and AeroLoad, have all been updated and everything performs correctly in FSX. We've even produced a new manual!"

About Just Flight

Just Flight is the world's leading flight simulation specialist, publishing a wide variety of digital aviation products. Their range comprises a multitude of different titles, including stand alone flight simulations as well as add-ons for Microsoft's multi-million selling Flight Simulator and Combat Flight Simulator. Just Flight also has Just Trains, a specialist label devoted to stand alone train simulators as well as add-ons for the ever-popular Microsoft Train Simulator.

A British company, based in Cambridge, Just Flight has been established for over ten years. It prides itself on quality, value and customer service, which it backs up with a unique money-back guarantee on all its products.

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Ian Stephens

About Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation enthusiast also with a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

Ian has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years.  Should you wish, you can contact Ian via email at ian.stephens@flyawaysimulation.com.

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