Discover: Arabia for FSX/FS20041 reviews
- Media Format
- Immediate Download
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X & 2004
- File size
- 128 MB
The team at First Class Simulations have put together another extraordinary package, Discover: USA, for use with both Microsoft Flight Simulator X and FS2004. This add-on affords you the opportunity to see all of America, including all of the wonders and scenic surprises it has to offer. From North to South, East to West, there are thousands of miles to cover and so much variety that pilots of any discipline will find something to enjoy. Bush pilots can tackle the wilderness and arid desserts to tour the Grand Canyon, or test their skill over snow capped peaks while battling the Rockies, while Los Angeles, New York and Washington D.C are a must for any city explorer.
This huge adventure pack comes with plenty of complimentary extras such as a full tourist guide to the destinations visited and comprehensive pilot notes. As an added bonus, you can explore the USA in a highly detailed and faithful rendition of the iconic Beechcraft 18, whose elegance and performance are still to this day, held in high regard. Thoughtfully, if your not familiar with this kind of conventional gear aircraft, a comprehensive briefing and a tutorial are included for the 'Twin Beech'.
Rated 4.0/5.0 based on 1 customer reviews
Another program like Around the World in 80 Flights, so I will write the same review here with a few subtle changes.
You can, of course, look around the Arabian peninsula, do a number of google searches looking for the coolest things there to see, find appropriate airports along the way through this area and then not have to order this program.
I have often read other reviews from people who say just that, "why pay for this when you can do it all yourself?" Well, my answer is that doing it all yourself would take a lot of time. Here you can decide to spend a little bit of money and have all of this done for you.
A simple choice, I beleive: take a lot of time and put in a lot of effort, or decide that you would prefer to concentrate on flying. Each to thier own.
These routes are basically quite good, although there arenąt as many dramatic things to see here as in the "around the world" flights. Therefore, the little airplane that you get here is a wonderful little quickly maneuverable sea/land plane that is quite a bit of fun to fly, albeit a bit slow.