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Flight Simulators

MS FSX For Pilots Real World Training Review

Posted by on Jun 28, 2017

Manufacturer NA Price $18.00 Overall Still flying Microsoft flight simulator 10? Maybe you’ve recently installed and just completed some of its training missions. If...

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Yokes

Saitek Pro Flight Cessna Yoke System

Posted by on Jul 30, 2016

Manufacturer Saitek Price $199.99 Overall The trio is complete. Saitek Pro Flight Cessna Yoke System is the final component of the Cessna endorsed flight range to be...

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Joysticks

Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas X Flight Stick

Posted by on Oct 11, 2011

Manufacturer Thrustmaster Price $49.99 Overall A lot of joysticks that you can buy, especially to joysticks reviewed on this site can range up in the minimum of $150 mark....

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Buyers Guides

Flight Simulator Controls – Resources HQ

Posted by on Jun 27, 2017

I noticed that I get a lot of searches for things related to flight simulator controls. Some people come on this site looking for manuals, drivers and product forums. So below I have complied a list...

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Flight Controller Round Up

Flight Controller Round Up

The flightcontrols.org flight controller round up.There are a lot of flight controllers on the market and for a newbie or beginner it can be hard to find exactly what you need and where to start. To save you time, we have compiled all the flight control hardware that you can buy online and in the […]

The Best Addons For Microsoft Flight Simulator X

The Best Addons For Microsoft Flight Simulator X

Good morning ladies and gentlemen, please fasten your seat belts and get ready to experience Microsoft flight simulator X as you never experienced possible in a eight-year-old PC game.
The vanilla Microsoft flight simulator X, even with the acceleration Pack add-on pales in comparison to the level of graphical detail that most PC games are able […]

The Best Payware Add-On Aircraft For FSX

The Best Payware Add-On Aircraft For FSX

The default planes in Microsoft FSX are pretty decent. They aren’t great, but are decent enough for those of us who want to jump in and take a spin in a 747 or Cessna and not worry about anything more than auto-start, flaps and throttle while already on an active runway.
Then there are people who […]