COMPUTER PILOT PDF - VOL 14  ISS 2 - FEBRUARY/MARCH 10
COMPUTER PILOT PDF - VOL 14 ISS 2 - FEBRUARY/MARCH 10
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FEBRUARY/MARCH 2010 VOLUME 14 - ISSUE 2 - This is the full magazine in digital form!

Fun & Challenging Night Airports
If you don’t have a basic understanding and the capability of instrument flying, you have no business out there at night. With that out of the way, let’s check out a number of runways around the world and how they look from the air at night.

Australian Air Adventures – Part II
Welcome back to the final instalment of my Aussie Adventure using the FTX scenery. As before, I will guide you through some flights that I think you will find enjoyable and will show off this scenery. I hope that the time between the two instalments has given you ample time to complete the previous flights, and maybe even find a few of your own along the way.

Enhanced Google Earth
There are a number of ways to use the now-famous “Google Earth” to enlarge upon your pleasure of flight simulation. Off-the-shelf Google Earth it comes with satellite weather, weather radar, hurricanes, current conditions, and forecasts - these features can be turned on or off at will. And there’s more!

Virtual Airline Review – Pacific Airways
“After flying around in FS for several months many years ago, it occurred to me that I was only flying the same few routes in the same aircraft over and over again. I needed something new… I came across Pacific Airways, and the rest, as they say, was history!”

Benchmarking FSX - Part III
“With a variety of hardware, settings, and FSX configurations, including many repeated tests, Doug Horton conducted over 150 FSXMark07 test runs to find out what hardware combinations give the best results in FSX.

Horton’s Hints for FSX Double Feature
It’s another “daily double” as Doug Horton searches out the best and coolest tips, tricks and hints for Flight Simulator X fans. Get the most out your simulator with this handy extended feature.

Up, Up & Away! Flight Planning for Excitement
Let’s face it, after a while flying to the same airports can become a bit tiresome. Perhaps there is too much predictability to the whole thing. In order to shake things up a bit you may need to put forth some effort and work at it a bit. Our intent is to give you some ideas to spice up your flying.

The Radar Altimeter
Mike Ray offers a unique look at the function and use of the Radar Altimeter system and gauge in use in many commercial aircraft and helicopters.

Round Robin Adventures
This month we are flying for DHL (or any other cargo company). We are going to take some wine from Portugal to the islands of Madeira, then south to the Grand Canaria island, and come back with a full load of fruit from the Canary Islands.

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