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  • DC-9 Classic Auto Config

    The Automatic Aircraft Configuration feature, or Auto Config for short, has become one of the signature features of my aircraft. The idea for it came as the answer to the question which has spawned a lot of the features in my aircraft; what would I like to see in a product that I would buy?

     
  • DC-9 Model Differences

    Just recently came across an article on the Internet that detailed the differences between the various DC-9 models, as well as the MD-80 series, the MD-90 and B717. I thought it was a very interesting article and I wanted to share it with you.

     
  • DC-9 Classic Widescreen

    You asked for it and here it is: The widescreen version of the 2D panel! You will now be able to fly and view the DC-9 Classic on your cool widescreen display without any stretching or squeezing.

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Super 80 Professional Service Pack 2 Hotfix 1 is now available for download! This update for the Super 80 Professional attempts to fix stability issues some users are experiencing when flying the aircraft, especially on longer flights.

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Welcome to the new Coolsky website! I've had plans to upgrade the website for a while now. I wasn't quite happy with the old site anymore. I wanted to build a more content oriented website with better access to and focus on interesting articles and news stories.

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Service Pack 1 Hotfix 3 for the DC-9 Classic is now available for download.

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Some people seem to dislike the window reflection effect in the DC-9 Classic virtual cockpit. If you are not a fan of these VC reflections, here is a solution for you.

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Blog: DC-9 Classic

  • Stavanger - Tromsø in the DC-9

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    Join Matthias Hanel on this flight report as he flies the DC-9 Classic from Stavanger in southern Norway all the way up to the far north for a landing in snowy Tromsø.

     
  • DC-9 Classic Testimonials

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    If you are wondering about what other people think about the DC-9 Classic, here are a few comments made by our customers.

     
  • DC-9 Classic Flight Center

    The Flight Center is the starting point for all aircraft administration, dispatch, options, training and failure simulation. You can also access the Navigation Simulator and the live schematic system views from the Flight Center.

Blog: Super 80 Classic & Pro

  • More Video Tutorials!

    Did you enjoy the video tutorial Stuart Ball created last week on how to startup the Super 80 Pro? Well, Stu is back with more. 5 new video tutorials on how to fly the MD-80 like a pro! This time in HD widescreen format!

     
  • Super 80 Pro Video Tutorial

    Being an old design, the MD-80 cockpit has what seems like knobs and switches everywhere. This can be a bit confusing and overwhelming for the pilots just starting to fly this bird. One of the most frequently asked questions we get on the support forum is "how do you start it up?". Well, this video tutorial seeks to answer that very question.

     
  • Super 80 Pro Promo Video

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    Flight One Software has commissioned a promotion video for the Super 80 Professional from Jaggyroads Films. This video gives you an overview of the product and it's features. Enjoy!

Blog: Other

  • Future Flightsim: Part 3 - The Elephant

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    I wasn’t really planning on making this a three part series, but based on the response to the two first parts I feel the need to address some of the comments I have received and tidy up a few loose ends, because the big elephant is still in the room.

     
  • Future Flightsim: Part 2 - Dovetail

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    Dovetail Games. The latest contender trying to make move to take over the flightsim throne from FSX. Can they do it? Do we even care? I think we should care. And I think they can.

     
  • Future Flightsim: Part 1 - Prepar3D

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    I was recently ask why Coolsky doesn't develop for and support Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D flight simulator. The discussion quickly turned into one about the future of flight simming since P3D is often held up as the future of flight simming. I will try to explain here why I don't develop for or support P3D, and why I don't think it is the future of flight simming.

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