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.
Stepping into the cockpit of an advanced aircraft for the first time trying to learn how to fly it with nothing to help you out but a manual, or maybe a good tutorial if you’re lucky, can be quite a daunting task.
If you are an experienced simmer the general knowledge of how aircraft work will go a long way, but you’re still going to have your work cut out for you trying to learn a new aircraft. If you are a newer simmer, you may be in for an extremely steep learning curve.
If you are wondering about what other people think about the DC-9 Classic, here are a few comments made by our customers.
Flight One Software, in partnership with CoolSky, have officially released the FSX version of Ultimate Airliners - The Super 80.
This upgrade is more than a simple port over from FS9. For the model and textures, it is a complete rebuild utilizing the latest export tools and FSX materials.
Service Pack 1 for Ultimate Airliners: The Super 80 is a major update to the original product. Bugs have been fixed, a number of new features have been added, and performance has been improved. Click here to read more about all the improvements in Service Pack 1.