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Articles with tag 'Article'

Realistic flight models: the VRS myth

Realistic flight models: the VRS myth

When talking about a new helicopter, the question usually pops up quite often: does it simulate Vortex Ring State (VRS)? Well… Does it matter?

After-action review: AirSim Meeting Madrid 2019

After-action review: AirSim Meeting Madrid 2019

The AirSim Meeting is, currently, the largest (and, as far as I know) only flight simulation event in Spain.

Aerofly FS2 R22: a pilot's perspective

Aerofly FS2 R22: a pilot's perspective

The Robinson R22 turns 40 this year and so Nick decided to write a bit about what's, very possibly, the best R22 in a sim right now.

The VEAO affair

The VEAO affair

The DCS community has raised its collective voice against a company that decided to pull the plug and quit on DCS: VEAO is leaving a lot of people very mad.

Chase the experience, not the FPS

Chase the experience, not the FPS

More FPS! We all want more FPS, right? The more the better! That's how we have been taught for years but X-Plane might be showing us something different.

Goodbye, 2018. Hello, 2019!

Goodbye, 2018. Hello, 2019!

The year is just about finished and 2019 is around the corner. 2018 was a full year for our hobby. What’s 2019 bringing us?

Goodbye, HoverControl, you had a heck of a run

Goodbye, HoverControl, you had a heck of a run

HoverControl has always been a landmark in the helicopter flight simulation landscape. A few days ago, though, it went down.

After-action review: OzFlightSim Expo 2018

After-action review: OzFlightSim Expo 2018

Being in Australia makes it hard for those in the US and Europe to visit OzFlightSim Expo. But fear not, Bradley, the early-bird, tells us about it!

Opinion Editorial: "Study" Level

Opinion Editorial: "Study" Level

Ever heard of "study level" and how much that seems to indicate how good an aircraft is? We don't get it either and Jeff put it on his own words.

Linux and X-Plane 11: a simmer’s journey

Linux and X-Plane 11: a simmer’s journey

X-Plane is a cross-platform sim, meaning it can run on multiple systems (Windows, MacOS and Linux). Ollie tells us about simming using the latter.

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