Our editorial section is one of our favorites. It includes commentary based on our take or view on the worlds of technology, computers and of course, flight simulation. You can expect the following; honesty, relevancy and views on interesting topics.

Honesty: We’ll tell you exactly how we feel about subject. There won’t be any sugar coating here. You’ll know our stance on a particular topic, issue or release. We feel that this is only fair and is exactly what makes editorial sections so valuable.

Relevancy: Our posts will discuss relevant topics and occurrences. We will consider the hottest developments in the world of flight simulation and aviation and provide you with our view of them. If we get a ton of questions and/or commentary about a particular topic or item, we may choose to write about that.

Interesting topics: Along with informative posts, we also seek to provide interesting ones. We will constantly be in search of interesting topics so that our editorial content is engaging and entertaining.

We will be adding new commentary here on a regular basis. If you are interested in hearing our views on aviation and computer related topics, please visit this page every once and a while for updated content.

Editor's Selection

Editor's selection articles last updated Fri, 19 Apr 2024 23:27:55 GMT

10 of the Best Aviation Movies and Why

Huge Aviation of the 1930s: The K-7 and The Bel Geddes # 4

Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator Review

Flight Sim World: The Ultimate Guide

Latest news and articles

Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator Review

Posted on Thu, 24 Oct 2019 21:35:18 GMT

Given the early access releases of Aerofly FS 2, it might be tempting to dismiss the program and move on to other more established flight sim programs. However, the fact is, once you do give it a try you will very likely find yourself begrudgingly liking what is unfolding before you. And while there are still ways to go in terms of high-resolution add-ons and scenery (which will surely come with time) the initial feeling is one of positivity, even if there is a longing for more quantity of such scenery and airports.

Microsoft Flight: The Ultimate Guide

Posted on Thu, 18 Jul 2019 10:53:27 GMT

Microsoft Flight was a flight simulator package released in 2012 and developed by Microsoft as an attempt at a new PC based simulation package to continue their Flight Simulator series. It wasn't based on old FSX code; it was a completely new engine built for modern 64-bit machines.

Flight Sim World: The Ultimate Guide

Posted on Tue, 25 Jun 2019 13:32:01 GMT

Flight Sim World or FSW as it became know as was the latest flight simulator package released by Dovetail Games. Flight Sim World's core was based on existing FSX code but it had been brought up to date with heavy modification and rewriting (and of course many new features and functions).

Building A Flight Sim Home Cockpit: 5 Examples You Can Learn From

Posted on Thu, 06 Jun 2019 18:21:44 GMT

When we consider the above statement, it is tempting to imagine that someone has literally sawn off the front of a plane and dropped it into someone’s spare room complete with a comfy (and interactive) chair. The thing is, while perhaps a lot less dramatic, should your ambition be such, that first description isn’t far wrong.

The Future of Flight Simulation (And a Brief History)

Posted on Thu, 09 May 2019 17:10:37 GMT

When we examine some of the most up to date programs, software, and add-ons available to the world of flight simulation, it is easy to believe, if only momentarily, that we have reached our zenith and that more realism and authenticity could only be achieved by participating in the “real thing” and taking to the actual skies as opposed to the virtual ones.

Best 2020 Flight Simulator Games for PC & Mac (With Demos)

Posted on Fri, 06 Jul 2018 14:50:39 GMT

Providing you have a computer and an internet connection there’s not much you can’t do from the comfort of your own living room in the modern and increasingly futuristic age. That includes a flight or two around the world, albeit virtually, through the array of simulation packages just waiting to connect you to highly detailed and ultra-authentic destinations around the planet.

10 Flight Simulator Christmas Gift Ideas for 2013

Posted on Sat, 09 Nov 2013 16:53:38 GMT

With Christmas approaching us fast and everyone already thinking of gift ideas and budgets, we thought we'd share some fun flight simulator products that could bring the gift of flight to somebody you know this Christmas.

Best Joysticks For FSX & X-Plane in 2020

Posted on Tue, 07 May 2013 16:24:08 GMT

It wasn’t too long ago that flight simulation joysticks were simple: Right, Left. Forward, Backward. But just like the advances in flight simulation software, joysticks have come a long way.

Braniff International Airways: The History of an Amazing Airline

Posted on Thu, 25 Apr 2013 16:21:01 GMT

Braniff International Airways was an innovative, forward-thinking, iconic American airline that started many trends in the airline industry, several of which are still being utilized today.

Running Microsoft Flight Simulator X on a Mac

Posted on Wed, 02 Jan 2013 23:45:26 GMT

Under Steve Jobs leadership, Apple reversed its slide into mediocrity and now is one of the most profitable companies on the planet. Many PC owners have made the switch to the Mac platform. But what about all the great Windows-based programs like Microsoft Flight Simulator X? You love FSX, and you are a Mac owner. What do you do now? Don’t worry, captain! The good news is there are several ways to run FSX on Mac OS X.

Top 10 Simulation Games of the Past Decade

Posted on Tue, 20 Nov 2012 15:18:05 GMT

As computer and gaming console technology improved dramatically over the last decade, simulation games took full advantage. Games that debuted with limited graphics, sound and performance grew by leaps and bounds with every new release. Now many of the biggest simulation games are enjoyed by enthusiastic players all over the globe at the same time.

10 of the Best Aviation Movies and Why

Posted on Mon, 01 Oct 2012 13:41:08 GMT

Two of the man’s most wonderful inventions, movies and aviation, came of age around the same time. After the turn of the 19th century, and before World War I, a new age was dawning. The Industrial Revolution gave way to the Technological Revolution. New and exciting inventions, and new ways to manufacture them, were springing up everywhere.

Review of Infinite Flight App from Flying Development Studio

Posted on Tue, 18 Sep 2012 12:35:27 GMT

Infinite Flight is a mobile flight simulator. Originally released in April of 2011, it was the very first flight simulator for Windows Phone 7. It is used by thousands of Windows Phone 7 users around the world and is currently ranked in the top 50 paid game apps for the platform.

Review of FlightGear: The Free & Fun Flight Simulator!

Posted on Sun, 16 Sep 2012 11:05:26 GMT

Let’s be honest. Flight simulation can be an expensive hobby. Once you acquired a quality program, it's not long before you purchased several others. Not to mention the tens, maybe hundreds of aircraft that are beginning to fill up your hard drive. Over time, all those acquisitions add up to a serious investment.

Can Flight Sim Teach Pilots to Fly A Real Plane?

Posted on Tue, 10 Jul 2012 15:00:03 GMT

Now that you’ve flown your Cessna from Cape Cod all the way down to Fort Lauderdale 150 times on Microsoft FSX, will those long hours help prepare you to fly a real aircraft? After all, there are flightsim pilots who have used the same software for a decade or more and know a few of the aircraft models like the back of their hand.

The Airport on the Beach: Princess Juliana International Airport at St. Maarten

Posted on Thu, 03 May 2012 13:22:53 GMT

The waves crash in a loud cacophony of sound, spray and mist. Children laugh with glee as they run from the surf as it spills out, chasing them up the beach. Their parents gather under brightly lit beach umbrellas, sipping Caribs, the popular local blend of watermelon and raspberry rum with a touch of bitters, enjoying another lazy sun-splashed day on Maho Beach.

Pro Flight Simulator: Scam? What You're Really Getting...

Posted on Tue, 21 Feb 2012 10:19:48 GMT

There is a new flight simulation packages that I'm sure thousands of you may have heard. It goes by the name of Pro Flight Simulator. Pro Flight Simulator isn't really that new at all, in fact, it's a re-brand of a flight sim package you may have been using for years.

Concorde: The History, The Speed & The Crash

Posted on Fri, 27 May 2011 21:43:46 GMT

Boom! BOOM! That was the incredible double sonic boom of the majestic Concorde supersonic aircraft breaking the sound barrier. If it came in low as you watched in awe, the noise would make your bones rattle. The Concorde was perhaps the sexiest, most exciting airplane in the history of aviation. It was a joint venture between British Airways and Air France that had its maiden voyage in 1969 but began commercial service in 1976. After a crash in 2000 in Paris, traveler interest in the plane began to diminish and in April of 2003, both airlines announced they would discontinue service.

How To Setup Dual Monitors

Posted on Mon, 07 Dec 2009 00:59:55 GMT

Does constantly flipping between multiple windows on your flight simulator make you dizzier than a ride on a tilt-a-whirl? Give your brain a break and invest in a dual monitor set-up.

Huge Aviation of the 1930s: The K-7 and The Bel Geddes # 4

Posted on Sun, 29 Mar 2009 21:02:52 GMT

For a few thousand years the biggest things in the skies were only in our imaginations, flying figments of myth and fable: the Roc from Sinbad’s tales, the Garuda bird from the Mahabharata, the Thunderbird from North America, the Brazilian Blue Crow, and other high-flying nightmares or soaring benevolent gods and spirits.

2 pages with 21 posts.