Flight Link, maker of flightsim controls, has announced that all hardware (fixed wing and rotor wing) is now FS2004 compatible. For more information, click on Read More.
Flight Link, an industry leader in PC and Macintosh based flight simulator controls is pleased to announce that all hardware (Fixed Wing and Rotor Wing) is now compatible with the upcoming release of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
With this update, Flight Link products are now compatible with FS98, FS2000, FS2002, FS2004, and FSX by Microsoft. Some of the hardware includes the G-Stick III Plus, a floor-mounted cyclic stick designed for rotor and fixed wing simulations. It features a multi-button programmable grip and its pitch and roll potentiometers are rated at one million plus revolutions.
The G-Stick III Plus is also backed with a one-year warranty. For fixed wing hardware, the AV-B flight console with sub panel—one of Flight Link’s most advanced consoles—is also compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
The AV-B flight console features Cessna-style throttle, prop pitch, and mixture control and will support any size monitor. Connecting directly to your USB port, the AV-B flight console is easy to install and use. It is compatible with other Flight Link hardware, such as the rudder control module, anti-torque pedals, and the KR-1 avionics stack. The single engine power quadrant is also compatible with the AV-B flight console and features smooth in-line travel, an all-metal case with industrial finish, and the knobs are an accurate shape and size with durable industrial finish. Both the single engine power quadrant and AV-B flight console are backed by a one-year warranty. Flight Link’s hardware is comparable to industry standards and reasonably priced for the level of quality and craftsmanship present in each individual piece.
Now through August 31st, customers will receive free shipping on all Flight Link and Epic products in the U.S. (Foreign customers will receive a $50 shipping discount). Act now before this offer expires!