The Discover The USA is a simulator add-on compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator X and 2004. It comes via a CD Rom and offers pilots a chance to travel the United States via a Beechcraft 18. Pilots will be able to visit the every region of the country, the North, South, West and East. Virtual flights can be taken to many of American’s most notable and beautiful landmarks and cities, for instance, Los Angeles, New York City, Washington D.C., the Grand Canyon and the Rockies. Pilots will be able to log hour after hour of flights.
The airplane used in this great adventure is a Beechcraft 18. The simulation of it is incredibly realistic and contains a great deal of detail. The Beechraft first hit the airways in the mid 1950s. Today, though it is no longer manufactured, continues to hold a special place in the heart of airplane aficionados. Many people still prize it and it is a hot collectors items for those who can afford it. The planes performance and place in history, makes it quite special and a pleasure to be able to fly across the United States, even if only virtually. This flight experience is a throwback one.
Pilots will find that this add-on comes with a great amount of “extras.” Tourist guides are included to every destination a person decides to visit. Pilot’s notes, tutorials and briefings are also included.
The Discover the USA simulator add-on makes it possible to fly across America in a Beechcraft 18. Individuals that have an appreciation for this particular plane should really consider purchasing this add-on. It is a ton of fun, offers fantastic views and makes it possible to travel via plane, to some of the country’s most memorable cities, sites and landmarks. It’s quite affordable, which further increases its attractiveness amongst simmies.
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