Comet Pilot (PC DVD)
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The iconic Comet returns to the skies!
Comet Jetliner brings the complete experience of flying British aviation’s most iconic jetliner to Flight Simulator X. Along with a virtual cockpit that offers pilots the full complexity of Comet flight operations, other features which make this the ultimate Comet 4C simulation are accurate flight dynamics, full navigation and night lighting, and hundreds of unique and accurate external animations.
This accurate simulation of the de Havilland Comet 4C – the definitive Comet variant – is presented here in nine liveries. The extraordinarily detailed virtual cockpit includes fully equipped pilot and co-pilot panels, an engineer’s station with every conceivable control, switch and gauge modelled, and a navigator’s station incorporating all the equipment needed for authentic navigation techniques.
The pioneering British airliner of the commercial jet age Among the features which make Comet Jetliner the ultimate simulation of this aircraft are accurate flight dynamics, full navigation and night lighting, hundreds of detailed external animations, and a cabin area with stewardess in attendance – Comet Jetliner brings you the authentic experience of flying one of British aviation’s most iconic jet airliners!
•Fully equipped engineer’s station for managing engines, electrical systems
•Exterior animations include wheel chocks, engine intake muffs, pre-flight flags and Ground Power Unit
•3D stewardess and realistic, animated pilots in the cockpit
•Passenger stairs vehicle with animated stairway and lighting
•Accurately modelled and animated cockpit centre pedestal and overhead panels
•Navigator’s station incorporates all systems and gauges, radios and tuners for authentic navigation operations
•Full complement of lighting effects
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: Flight Simulator X; Windows 7 / Vista / XP
RECOMMENDED HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS: 3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core processor, 1.0GB RAM, 256MB graphics card, 2.0GB hard drive space