FLIGHT! MAGAZIN - AUSGABE 10 2012
FLIGHT! MAGAZIN - AUSGABE 10 2012
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In dieser Ausgabe sind Sie als Pilot gefordert, es geht hoch hinaus! Doch nicht etwa in modernen Airliner-Cockpits, sondern einmal ganz anders in echten Urgesteinen der Luftfahrt. Mit der Boeing Stearman verschlägt es uns diesmal in ein grundsolides Cockpit ohne überflüssigen Schnickschnack, eine Maschine die dem Piloten noch richtig viel Geschick und Können abfordert. Ein echter Transportesel, die Douglas DC-3 landet in dieser Ausgabe gleich zweimal: Für die X-Plane Plattform in allen erdenklichen Varianten, zu Luft und zu Wasser. Im FSX wird so mancher Oldie-Fan womöglich einen kleinen Schock bekommen, wenn er das Cockpit der Basler BT-67, einer umgebauten DC-3 betritt. Im Instrumentenbrett befindet sich nur noch ein Bruchteil des alten Uhrenladens, anstelle der alten Anzeiger leuchten nun GPS- und Navigationssysteme mit modernster Technik. Das hat seinen guten Grund, wird das reale Vorbild doch für Expeditionen in die Polargebiete mit ihren unendlichen Weiten genutzt. Nicht ganz so nördlich beziehungsweise südlich liegen unsere Destinationen in dieser Ausgabe: Mit Erfurt X schließt Aerosoft eine weitere Lücke im deutschen Luftraum, Christoph schaut sich den Flughafen in Thüringen genauer an, sein täglicher Arbeitsplatz. Auch unsere Nachbarn bekommen mit der Polish Airport Series Vol. 3 aus dem Hause Drzewiecki Design weitere Abdeckung. Damit verlassen wir Europa aber auch schon wieder, wie fast in jeder Ausgabe stehen Südamerika und Asien am anderen Ende des Flugplans. LatinVFR und TropicalSim machen Südamerika wieder ein kleines Stück perfekter, mit Bermuda & Rio de Janeiro gelingt die Flucht aus vor der kalten Jahreszeit garantiert.

Interessant ist besonders der Hardware-Bereich dieser Ausgabe, in dem wir versuchen zu klären, welche Möglichkeiten neueste Festplattentechnologien in puncto Leistungsoptimierung für den FSX oder X-Plane bieten und welche Investitionen man lieber an anderen Stellen tätigen sollte.
Wie auch schon der Anfang dieser Ausgabe mit zwei Ikonen der Luftfahrt beginnt, endet diese mit einem Nachflieger von New York nach Frankfurt jenseits der Schallmauer im Cockpit der Concorde. Ob dies vor dem heimischen PC in Freizeitkleidung oder gar Jogginghose von statten gehen kann, oder ob nicht doch lieber eine echte Pilotenuniform den Realismus perfekt machen soll, wird auch noch geklärt.
Für Saarbrücken, den Airbus X Extended sowie die Coolsky DC-9 hat es für ausführliche Tests leider nicht mehr gereicht, diese Artikel finden Sie dann in unser November-Ausgabe.
Viel Spaß beim Lesen dieser Ausgabe!
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Inhalt

Editorial
3: Flight! fliegt die Oldies, Notams
6: (Twin)Otter gefällig?
7: Airbus X Extended
8: Altiport V2
9: SimW von Aerosoft übernommen
10: US Cities X – Los Angeles ist da
11: X-Plane droht Patentstreit
12: Tahiti X2
13: Aeronautical Charts

Review

14: X-Plane 10 Update

Flugzeuge

18: Basler BT-67
22: Douglas DC-3
26: Boeing Stearman

Szenerie

30: Erfurt X
36: Polish Airports 3
40: Macao
46: Sokearna Hatta International
48: LatinVFR Bermuda TXKF
51: Bari
54: TropicalSim Rio de Janeiro 2012

Hardware:

58: 1500 USB Gaming Headset
61: Festplatten-Caching

Wissen

66: Mit der Concorde von New York nach Frankfurt
72: Freewareflugzeug installieren

Community

74: Die Pilotenuniform
76: Gastkommentar

Service:

42: Poster
78: Best of Liste
81: Service und Impressum
82: Vorschau

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