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Die Flight! Mega-Ausgabe XXL – 336 Seiten!

Über 330 Seiten Flugsimulation, das führende Magazin der Flugsimulation bequem als XXL-EPaper . Die Oktober, November, Dezember 2011 sowie die Januar 2012 Ausgabe bekommen Sie bequem als Download geliefert.

Die detaillierte Beschreibung der Themen finden Sie auf www.flightm.com

Januar-Ausgabe 2012

3: Die Chance der Flugsimulation
14: PMDG und die Boeing 777
15: Neue Bilder vom FSL Airbus A320
16: Captain Sim 767 Version 1.5
17: MyTraffic X Update
18: Sie suchen, wir finden!
19: San Francisco in der Box
6: aeroflyFS
10: John Venema – Der ORBX Chef im Interview
22: Die Flugsimulation zu Besuch in der Schweiz
26: Microsoft Flight Vorschau
32: Der 25-Cent-Kopierschutz
45: Gut gelandet: Eröffnung eines der größten Flugsimulationszentren Deutschlands in Frankfurt am Main
46: X-Plane, die Vorabversion
34: Frankfurt /Main – Die Freeware-Szenerie
38: New Orleans Neue Freeware von Glenn Johnson
48: Altenrhein X Home, Sweet Home!
68: German Airports 2 – Version 2012
74: ORBX – Fall City und Diamond Point
52: Wilga X Osteuropas Cessna der 60er
56: Vickers Viscount 50er Jahre: eine neue Ära der Luftfahrt
60: Der Blick in die Zukunft CRJ-200 von Javier Rollón
64: Just Flight 757 Freemium
30: Best of Liste
42: Poster
76: Boeing 747 Simulator in Düsseldorf
78: Virtuelles Bus-„Fliegen“

Die Dezember-Ausgabe 2011

6: Aus dem Sim ins Cockpit und zurück.
8: ORBX: “Vehicle Flow” veröffentlicht
9: Neues von Just Flight: 757 Freemium
11: Illegale Downloads können teuer werden
12: Downloads
14: Geschenkideen
18: Frankfurt aktualisiert
21: Die Lackierung
22: X-Plane: die ersten Fakten
30: Best of Liste
32: Wien ist eine Reise wert, Fly737 Sim.
38: Neue Bilder aus dem X-Plane 10
44: das verflixte 7. Jahr
48: The Ultimate BAe146 / Avro RJ Collection
54: Im Herzen Londons - London City Xtreme
62: Koh Samui
66: Embraer Phenom
70: Service Pack 1 für die PMDG 737NGX
74: Take on Helicopters
80: Informationen / Impressum
82: Vorschau

Die November-Ausgabe 2011

3: Die Vorfreude: der Microsoft Flight
6: Nur noch fiktive Produkte?
7: Original Microsoft Statement zum Flight
8: Boeing 787 von Aerosim angekündigt
9: ORBX: Vehicle Flow
10: Neue Freeware von Thomas Ruth
12: Downloads
14: VA Casting: Das Servicekonzept
16: Ein Rundflug für den guten Zweck
18: X-Plane optimieren
22: Meine Daten und ich
24: Große Eröffnung in Berlin/Grossbeeren
26: Simstop.com , der neue Shop
28: Microsoft Flight: die neuen Bilder!
34: Best of Liste!
36: C-27J Spartan
45: Eurocopter EC135
52: Zensiert
60: Gibraltar X
64: Corfu X
68: „Please release Parking Brake“
74: Mental und körperlich topfit durchstarten via Flugsimulator
78: Airbus Tutorial

Die Oktober-Ausgabe 2012

6: Die Frage der Hardware
7: 737 Pilot in Command EVOLUTION
8: Los Angeles für den FSX
9: Die hübsche Boeing 747
10: Die BAe146 von CLS
11: Die EDFH-CC startet in ihr 7. Jahr
12: Downloads
14: Der Airbus-Simulator in Wien
18: VA Casting: Die Flotte
20: simINN, der neue 737 NG Simulator
24: Microsoft Flight
28: X Plane 10, der Status
30: QualityWings BAe / Avro
32: Cessna 337 Skymaster
38: Mit der Lizenz zum Simulieren
44: Aerosoft Keflavik X
48: Helipack X
54: Anchorage X von Aerosoft
62: Ein FMS in der Tasche: Pocket FMS
66: Topfit durchstarten via Flugsimulator
70: Airbus Tutorial Teil 1
72: Best of Liste
74: Der Marktplatz für das Fliegen
80: Die Kalender 2012

 

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