Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004

 
A Beechcraft King Air 350, one of my favorite airplanes.  

I remember playing with Microsoft Flight Simulator years ago, back when the rendering software generated a crude cartoonish screen display. In the old program, the default location was Meigs Field in Chicago, and many times I watched the windshield crack as I crashed into the Sears Tower shortly after takeoff. Nowadays, I use Flight Simulator 2004, which is a vastly more powerful and sophisticated program. The rendering software generates amazingly realistic views, and the program includes numerous advanced features like autopilots, instrument landing systems, flight planning and air traffic control, realistic clouds and weather, a full worldwide database of airports and navaids, and a very useful help system including computerized flight training.



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