COMPUTER PILOT PDF - VOL 10  ISS 8 - AUGUST 06
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August 2006 VOLUME 10 - ISSUE 8 - This is the full magazine in digital form!

Innsbruck Adventures
Regular readers of Computer Pilot may recall the article on flying in the Austrian Alps from the July issue. Now it’s time for the real deal. We flew into the beautiful town of Innsbruck and used that as our base for the flight adventures. But in reality there are very specific procedures for flying into Innsbruck (LOWI), due to its precarious position between some spectacular mountains.

The Black Art of Building XML Gauges Part II
It’s not a computer language… Strictly, and I don’t agree anyway, XML is not a computer language, it is a text mark-up language - the smart cousin of HTML. In Part II of this mini-series, we look at putting together XML code for our instrument gauges.

The Virtual Airline Option
The flight simulation genre can be experienced in many different ways and those varied experiences are in fact, the essence of this magazine as each month Computer Pilot explores the extensive world of flight sim. There does not appear to be a standard way that simmers like to fly but some recent surveys have found that a significant percentage of flight simulation pilots have elected to conduct at least some of their flights as members of one or more Virtual Airlines (VAs).

Round Robin Adventures: The Channel Islands
This month we are flying for “British Airways” commuter airline using a Beech 1900D as equipment. We will fly to the Channel Islands of Guernsey and Jersey.

Practicing for the FAA Practical Test
There is no doubt that simulators provide a means by which to practice maneuvers and procedures for real world flight. In Chuck Bodeen’s article next month, he takes you through specific maneuvers you can practice with your simulators to prepare you for the same procedures you will be tested upon in the FAA practical test.

Flying the Memories: The Polar Flights
The decades of the 1920s and 1930s were the “heyday” of aviation in the 20th Century. I like to think of those years as the “Golden Age” of aviation in the United Sates. World War I was over and the airplane had proved to be an invaluable weapon, but now was it the time to advance aviation technology for the good of mankind…

Creating Attack Profiles for Falcon 4.0
The virtual skies of Falcon 4.0: Allied Force are a dangerous place. Often times you find yourself at the initial point trying desperately to find your target while dodging threats. It’s easy to become overwhelmed. Falcon actually has little known features to allow you to execute a well planned attack profile. We show you them!

From the EDITOR..
Aloha! Welcome to the August issue of Computer Pilot. I would very much like to be in Hawaii right lazing away on a beach, but alas, I am only flying over it using the MegaCity Hawaii – Oahu and Honolulu add-on, as reviewed in this very issue. The show must go on of course!

Also in this issue, one of our feature articles is flying into and out of Innsbruck in Austria. As I was editing this article, which deals about specific requirements for this specialized approach, it took my mind back to the series of articles we ran over various issues about Unusual and Dangerous Airports. These were very popular articles among readers judging by large amount of positive feedback we received regarding them, and the many stories of hairy approaches into these airports our readers sent to us.

We would again like to run a few more installments of this series but this time, we are asking you to tell us about some unusual or dangerous airports you have found in the FS world. We all know about Innsbruck, the old Kai Tak, and various airports in Nepal and several in the Americas, but have you found an airport elsewhere that is very tricky to take off from or to land onto you think we should know about for these articles? If you do, I’d love to hear your suggestions and try them out for myself, and consider them for possible inclusion in the upcoming articles. You can send the airport name or ICAO code direct to me via email at editor@computerpilot.com and I’ll be happy to take a look.

And as always, keep those INBOX letters coming in, and we always welcome your suggestions and comments about the magazine.

Enjoy the August issue of Computer Pilot Magazine – The World’s Favorite monthly flight simulation resource!

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