FSFlyingSchool - you'll never have to fly
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Pilot Magazine†Classic Product Awards.
FSInventions announces the
expansion of their product line with a new version of their
FSFlyingSchool add-on for FSX and FS2004.
team of Flight Instructors who talk to you, giving you immediate,
detailed advice on your flying technique.
- Unique scoring system rates
all phases of flight: taxi, take off, cruise, approach, landing and
- Fly a whole flight or just
practice landings - you always receive a detailed score.
- Your flights and their
scores are tracked in full detail in your own FSFlyingSchool
logbook (itself in 2 convenient formats).
- Submit your best scores to
the FSFlyingSchool web site to show off your flying skills
to the rest of the world.
- Focuses on airmanship and
recording your achievements. Track your progress as you improve - take
satisfaction from doing difficult things correctly. - Works with the Flight Simulator community's
favorite aircraft FSFlyingSchool
Pro takes FSFlyingSchool to a new level with a host of new features.
New features in FSFlyingSchool Pro 2013
Baron 58 Detail Pack Included
Want to fly a
detailed flight in the ever popular Beechcraft Baron 58?
This 'Detail Pack'for FSFlyingSchool Pro 2013 offers extra detailed
treatment when flying this marvellous airplane.
Your instructor knows the details of this machine and will expect the
same from you!
The product has the instructor reading Beechcraft Baron 58 checklists
to you, but what's more important is that he'll be watching your
performance and looking for those details that are so essential in a
Beechcraft Baron 58.
In addition to FSFlyingSchool Pro 2013's detailed analysis of your
flights, you'll hear extra advice and warnings all specific to the
Beechcraft Baron 58. Stall speeds, use of fuel boost pumps, cowl flaps,
propeller controls, rate of climb, angle of climb, flap speeds, run up
procedures, fuel, starting the engines, one-engine-out speeds, landing
techniques, mixture controls and much more. Get ready to fly the
Beechcraft Baron 58 like you've never done before!
Voice Command Pack Included
Described by PC
Pilot Magazine as a "must have feature", the Voice Command Pack gives
you the means to talk back to your instructors. Get the facts you can
use right away, just by asking. Constantly updated information on your
flight plan, destination airport, ILS, AGL, sky condition, waypoints,
ground and air traffic, weather and much more. You can even ask the
instructors to identify airports you can see out of the windows!
Detail Pack Included
Want to get to
know the Mooney Bravo?
FSFlyingSchool Pro 2013 offers an especially detailed experience when
flying this fast, fun aircraft. Your instructor will be reading Mooney
Bravo checklists to you, watching your performance and looking for your
attention to Mooney details.
Extra advice and warnings all specific to the Mooney Bravo include flap
speeds, run up procedures, fuel, starting the engine, stall speeds, use
of fuel boost pump, cowl flaps, propeller control, rate of climb, angle
of climb, landing techniques, mixture control and more. Fly the Mooney
Bravo like the PROs!
On Approach PLUS
We all know we need to practice, practice, practice, our approaches and
landings. Folks around the world are busy flying with the On Approach
features of FSFlyingSchool. Introduced in 2011, these features make
setting up approaches to any runway in the world the work of only a few
seconds. But now - there's more! FSFlyingSchool PRO 2013 includes the
On Approach PLUS Pack which allows the pilot to set up intersecting
approaches, set approach initial altitude and much more. It's never
been easier with this unique new feature for Flight Simulator! Just get
into your airplane and then have FSFlyingSchool Pro 2013 put you on
approach to any airport of your choice. You can even have
FSFlyingSchool Pro 2013 choose a random airport anywhere in the world.
Ready to be challenged?!
Detail Pack Included
How about some
flights in something easy to handle?
This 'Detail Pack' for FSFlyingSchool Pro 2013 will have you flying the
c152 with skill and with the respect it deserves.
Your team of instructors have detailed knowledge they are ready to pass
on to you and will read checklists at your command. You'll get all the
usual FSFlyingSchool detailed analysis of your flights, as well as
Cessna 152 precise information on stall speeds, rate of climb, angle of
climb, flap speeds, run up procedures, fuel, starting the engine,
landing techniques, carburetor heat, mixture control, use of engine
primer and a lot more. The Cessna 152 is hugely popular - find out why!
FSX Boeing 737-800 Detail Pack Included
Ever wanted to fly a detailed flight in an airliner? After 2 years of
design, development and testing, FSFlyingSchool now offers extra
detailed treatment when flying the world's most popular airliner.
Your instructor Mr Smith knows a very great deal about the correct
operation, systems and procedures of this aircraft and will be watching
you carefully. Around 100 events are added to the instructor's watch
and you also get detailed verbal and written checklists. Get ready for
some 'heavy iron'!
On Approach feature
We all know we need to practice, practice, practice, our approaches and
It's never been easier with this unique new feature for Flight
Just get into your airplane and then have FSFlyingSchool Pro put you on
approach to any airport of your choice.
You can even have FSFlyingSchool Pro choose a random airport anywhere
in the world. Ready to be challenged?!
FSFS Pro Flight Mapping feature
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to review your flight paths over real
world satellite terrain using Google Maps?
And... wouldn't it be just great to be able to store them and look back
over them at your leisure?
How about sharing them with friends?
Oh - and how about tracking taxi routes too?
Now you can do all of this with FSFlyingSchool Pro's new Flight Mapping
Cessna 172 Detail Pack Included
Want to fly a detailed flight in the ever popular Cessna 172?
FSFlyingSchool Pro offers extra detailed treatment when flying this
Your team of instructors know the details of this machine and will
expect the same from you! Get ready to fly the c172 like you've never
Plus all the
features you know from previous versions of FSFS
- It's never been easier to use! You can now land anywhere you like
and your instructors will know which runway you have chosen. You do not
need to file a flight plan and you do not need to create the runway
files that FSFlyingSchool used previously. Just get lined up with a
runway ahead of you when you descend in landing mode. The instructor
will look ahead, figure which runway you are heading for and announce
where you are going to land. Easy!
- No need to file a flight plan! Fly any route you wish with full
evaluation of your performance.
- Instructor knows which runway you are landing at. Even without a
flight plan or ILS, and will give advice on how to land.
- Instructor knows which runway you are taking off from. Instructor
will comment and give advice on the runway you have selected.
- No need to land on a fixed point on the runway. Any reasonable
landing on a runway will get a reasonable score.
- Auto-read FSX's current flight plan. Option so that FSFS will
always read FSX's current flight plan when you press the connect button
in FSFS. This is a great time saver!
- Spoken Teaching Tips. Option so that FSFS will speak a series of
helpful tips when you fly with FSFS. Tips are always in the same voice
and are clearly different from a normal 'instructor' voice. These tips
are like training wheels on a bicycle and are telling you how to use
FSFS and Flight Simulator itself. Once you have got the basics of these
operations down, you may wish to turn these basic tips off.
- Friendlier scoring system. Rewards all flights which were
basically safe - higher scores require plenty of skill. If you can walk
away from your landing - you will get a score. If you crash - you will
- Numerical data added to log book. Shows details of flight
performance, such as landing speed, distance from threshold, approach
accuracy and more.
- Runway length and threshold part of landing evaluation. Landings
have never been easier - just land beyond the threshold (even when
displaced), on the runway, and not too long, and you'll be looking at
- Airfield cities and facility names added to log book. No longer
just the ICAO code - now you get to see your full airfield names.
Instructor optionally comments on the position, type and
activity of both air and ground traffic and issues warnings if aircraft
are getting too close. Things can get hectic at busy airports so your
instructor will help keep you out of trouble.
optionally advises when the next waypoint in a flight plan is
approaching and reports its ID and type and advises the turn which must
be made when it is reached. This gives you a hand setting up for that
next important stage of the flight plan.
Instructor optionally advises which radio to tune for the
next NAVAID (Navigation Aid) in the flight plan (VOR or NDB) and
reports the ID and type of the NAVAID, how to use its signal, and the
course which can be tracked with it. It all helps the pilot stay on
track and is a gentle way of introducing the pilot to the basics of VOR
and NDB navigation.
Customization of FSFlyingSchool Runway Data
Powerful new feature means that with a single key-press
the pilot can optionally indicate what exact touchdown point on any
runway in the world the pilot wants a landing to be evaluated on.
You can aim for any point on the runway you like with this handy new
Setting of OBS
Instructor will automatically set NAV1OBS to the runway
heading during landing. One less thing for the pilot to worry about
during a very busy time.
Instructor reports runway length, altitude and surface
type when on approach. It all helps in planning that perfect landing.
advises frequency of ILS (Instrument Landing System) at destination
airport. If you want to do an ILS approach and need that frequency,
your instructor has it for you.
advises frequency of ATIS (Automatic Terminal Information Service) at
destination airport. Use this to tune a radio and get vital information
on the current conditions at the airport.
Instructor optionally tunes NAV1 (Navigation Radio One)
to ILS (Instrument Landing System) at destination airport. Things can
get busy so you can have your instructor take care of this for you if
Instructor optionally tunes COM2 (Communications Radio
Two) to ATIS (Automatic Terminal Information Service) at destination
airport. Handy to save time and COM2 will not interfere with ATC
reports distance from DME (Distance Measuring Equipment) navigation aid.
helpful cues and suggestions from your instructors.
reminds pilot which runway has been chosen for landing at destination
airport. Helps keep the pilot on the right track and off the wrong
Flight Plan Length
reports total distance of flight plan. Make sure you
can get there safely and with plenty of fuel to spare.
in-program text tips have been expanded to help pilots get the most
from all of FSFlyingSchool2010's features.
runway data displayed at Flight Plan Page, including runway length,
surface type and ILS and ATIS frequencies.
In addition to
this you will enjoy a long list of FSFlyingSchool
FSFlyingSchool's Career Analyzer provides an in depth analysis of all flights flown with
This unique graphic display examines over 70 different
aspects of the pilot's performance during landings, circuits and flying
in general. Each pilot in the FSFlyingSchool pilot roster can be
examined separately, with options to examine flights in specific
aircraft, or all aircraft together. Use the Career Analyzer to find
areas of your performance which need attention and concentrate on
getting them just right. Areas such as Landing Vertical Speed and Rough
Turns are good places to start.
* Highest scores come from good airmanship, often in challenging
weather, with the least automation, but you can fly at whatever level
* From a Cessna 172 landing in a thunderstorm to an FMC controlled
flight in a Boeing 747, FSFlyingSchool can handle them
* Instant tests of your airmanship: ask the instructor to immediately
test your skills.
* File a flight plan - follow it carefully to score more points.
* Large selection of options allow you to configure FSFlyingSchool
immerses you in the simulation using immediate voice
feedback from your chosen instructor.
* Fly anywhere you like and have your performance verbally evaluated
and added to your custom log book.
* Instructor tells you what you are doing wrong, when you do it.
* Instructor detects subtle things you don't normally know about: G
forces; trimming technique; taxiing in wind and lots more.
* Performance immediately evaluated while you are still out flying: do
not need to quit or even switch applications. No need to park or turn
engine off to get a score.
* Fly the pattern (circuits) around your favorite
airports and have them evaluated in detail.
* Always gives you detailed scoring of your performance; not a simple
* Failures system keeps you on your toes and your instructor can help
you spot them. Over a dozen basic
systems can fail, and in addition, so can multiple switches, gear,
flaps, spoilers. Fuel can leak too...
* Fly smoothly or you may damage your aircraft.
* Multiple instructors to choose from with different personalities,
genders and nationalities.
* Advises you of crosswind strength and relative direction at your
intended landing site.
* Instructor will advise you of your height, use of gear, flaps and
more as you approach the runway.
* Improves your flying skills; makes your flying more realistic and
attentive to detail.
* Finds bad flying habits you may have.
landing with or without ILS at any runway in the world
You can perform an ILS approach or a visual approach to
any runway, with the instructor watching and helping you through the
Automatically creates FSFlyingSchool profile for
any powered airplane
Any plane you choose to fly will be automatically
detected by FSFlyingSchool and a profile for it will be created.
Pilot Briefing Tool analyzes all flights to find
patterns of performance which need improvement
This unique tool will look at all flights made with
FSFlyingSchool and find areas which need improvement and advise you of
those which you are perfecting.
Option to monitor correct use of aircraft lights
Your instructor will, if you wish, add a whole new
dimension to your flying by expecting you to use your aircraft lights
Instructors give additional warnings before
mistakes are made
We can all use a little help and your instructor will
caution you when you are about to slip-up.
Instructors have many new helpful and
Your instructors want you to enjoy the experience and
help out with tips and the odd unexpected observation
failures integrated into scoring
are no strangers to aircraft
failures, but they score extra points if the pilot retains
Option to monitor correct use of aircraft engines
Instructor will be
watching your management of engines and looking for the proper
These are pretty serious,
can lead to exciting times and are
very dramatic at night.
Monitors use of emergency communications
There is a right time and a wrong time for this sort of
thing and your instructor will let you
know if you mess up.
Crashes recorded in Log Book
The findings of the the fictitious National Aeronautical Safety Board
are recorded in the pilot's log book. These record the summary details
of the crash and data on vertical speed, IAS, ground speed, engine(s)
status, and lots more. These are of great help to the pilot who wonders
why an aircraft crashed in Flight Simulator. By popular request, the
pilot also gets a record of how well the flight had proceeded up to
Pressing Ctrl Shift B provides handy data to the pilot who wants to
know current: AGL (above ground level), ground altitude and also
displays the count of errors (if any) that the instructor has noted in
this flight. To the sharp eyes of these instructors, flying the wrong
way for half a second counts as an error so these can add up fast!
Aspects of pilot
performance examined by the Career Analyzer
- Autopilot used
- Ballooning during landing
- Braking during takeoff
- Circuit Score
- Complete flights
- Cruising fast and low (secs)
- Danger of stall
- Danger of tail strike
- Descending too fast (secs)
- Descent during takeoff
- Exceeded flaps speed (secs)
- Exceeded gear extension speed (secs)
- Excessive bank angle - left
- Excessive bank angle - right
- Excessive negative Gs
- Excessive positive Gs
- Flaps not set for landing
- Flaps not up during taxi
- Flew low over obstacle
- Flight Score
- Ground strikes
- ILS approach glide slope rating (%)
- ILS approach localizer rating (%)
- Landing bank angle (degrees)
- Landing flaps (degrees)
- Landing IAS (kts)
- Landing NAV1 localizer needle deflection
- Landing pitch (degrees)
- Landing rudder pedals: left / right (%)
- Landing Score
- Landing stall warning
- Landing throttles (%)
- Landing turn coordinator ball: left / right
- Landing vertical speed (fpm)
- Landing while too fast to land (secs)
- Late rotation
- Nose too high
- Nose too low
- Poor aileron use during taxi in wind
- Poor elevator use during taxi in wind
- Poor steering after landing
- Poor takeoff steering
- Poor use of trimmers (secs)
- Poorly coordinated turns
- Rough pitch control
- Rough turns on ground
- Rough turns
- Rough use of wheel brakes
- Simulation rate not normal
- Taxiing too fast (secs)
- Taxiing with inappropriate throttle and brakes
- Wings not level near ground
Pattern work/circuit training
aspects evaluated by the Career Analyzer.
- Circuit bad altitude Base (secs)
- Circuit bad altitude Crosswind (secs)
- Circuit bad altitude Downwind (secs)
- Circuit bad altitude Final (secs)
- Circuit bad altitude Upwind (secs)
- Circuit bad heading Base (secs)
- Circuit bad heading Crosswind (secs)
- Circuit bad heading Downwind (secs)
- Circuit bad heading Final (secs)
- Circuit bad heading Upwind (secs)
- Circuit duration Base (secs)
- Circuit duration Crosswind (secs)
- Circuit duration Downwind (secs)
- Circuit duration Final (secs)
- Circuit duration Upwind (secs)
- Circuit excessive banking
- Circuit late turn onto Base
- Circuit late turn onto Crosswind
- Circuit late turn onto Downwind
- Circuit late turn onto Final
- Imagine your own team of Flight
Instructors ready to accompany you on any flight
- Imagine your personal instructor
evaluating your flying technique and scoring each phase of flight with
information you can use to fly better
- Imagine a comprehensive log book
recording the good and bad points of each flight
- Imagine competing with the rest of the
Web to prove your flying skills are the best of the best
FSFlyingSchool - you will not have to dream about flying, you can make
it a reality!
Supports all versions of Windows XP,
Vista, 7 and service packs.
FSFlyingSchool Pro v 5.7.2 for FSX and
This version adds a "Help Me!" panic button!
Sometimes, things start to get a little out of control
and we could all use some help way up there in the simulated skies.
If you as the pilot think that things are getting out of
control and you just cannot recover, a recovery may be possible by
asking your instructor for emergency assistance via the new FSFS Pro
"Help Me" panic button.
If this is pressed when the aircraft is airborne, the
instructor will immediately try to configure aircraft in an attempt to
get things back under control.
The "Help me" keystroke can be pressed as often as
We can't guarantee that your instructor will always be
able to save the day, but if things are not too far out of control,
he/she will certainly try!
FSFlyingSchool Pro v 5.7.4 for FSX and
Your chief instructor Mr Smith now has a wealth of
information for you on basic aviation matters and will pass this along
to you during the quieter times when you are cruising the simulated
skies. He'll still be watching your performance of course, but will
take the opportunity to share his detailed knowledge of aircraft
controls, instruments, procedures etc with you as you fly along. As
with most of FSFlyingSchool's features, this is of course an option, so
seasoned pilots can decline if they would prefer.
Pro v 5.8 for FSX and FS2004
Have you ever wanted to ask "What's that airport over there..." or
"Where's the runway I'm trying to land at..." ?
Well now you can, with the updated Voice Command Pack for
FSFlyingSchool Pro. Just ask your instructor and he or she will tell
you what you need to know.
Saying (for example) "Airport 2 o'clock?" into your microphone will
have the instructor reporting the nearest airport at that bearing. The
instructor will identify the airport, its distance, runway elevation,
length and surface type. This is an handy, easy way to become familiar
with your surroundings!
≠"Where's the airport?" will have the instructor identify the flight
plan destination airport and its bearing in the "clock" format, e.g.
"10 o'clock", and the distance to the airport. This can be very handy
when, for example, you are trying to find a grass strip with no lights
even during the day, and equally when looking for a larger busy airport
which is far away or just hard to see.
The Voice Command Pack contains dozens more helpful commands that your
instructor is eager to help with. Just ask and you'll get help on
traffic proximity, weather, V speeds, ILS, flight plan details and much
***Special Upgrade Offer!*** If you own FSFlyingSchool Pro, you can
upgrade to 2013 for just $20. Log in to FSPilotShop with the same
account you used to purchase FSFlyingSchool Pro, then use promotional
code FSFS2013 on the payment page of checkout to receive the discount.
For FS2004 and For FSX.