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A Life Less Ordinary
29th Apr 2003, 02:42
anybody know of a PC based product where I can practise malfunction procedures for the fly by wire airbus, similar to that product for the 747-400

timzsta
29th Apr 2003, 04:03
There is an Airbus A320 simulator for PC available as part of the Greatest Airliners series. Most good computer retail outlets should have it, certainly PC World do. If its as good as the 737-400 sim they released it should be just what you are looking for.

OBK!
29th Apr 2003, 08:56
In order to use Greatest Airlines you'll need Flight sim 2002, about 50 for the pro edition. Also available from most stores. :ok:

kkbigjet
29th Apr 2003, 10:36
hello

u may like to check out the following link also.
it should be very close to ps's 747

http://www.anticyclone.be/

bi bi
kunal

admiral ackbar
29th Apr 2003, 21:00
I'm just SLF, but an avid flight simmer, and PSS' Airbus Pro Series (which includes A319/320/321) is generally considered by the enthusiast crowd as the most accurate Airbus for flight sim.

A review:

http://www.avsim.com/pages/0402/pss_airbuspro/pss.html

The web site:

http://www.phoenix-simulation.co.uk/

BAe 146-100
30th Apr 2003, 07:16
Hi,

I have Greatest Airliners 737 Pro and PSS A320. I find that the GA 737 is far better then PSS A320. Greatest Airliners 737 will also work on FS2000 aswell as 2002. The overhead panel on the A320 is not as good as GA 737 and some of the switches don't work. The visual model might be better on the PSS A320 but overall I think that GA 737 is more enjoyable to fly on FS2002. Plus the video in the boxed version of GA 737 is much better the the PSS A320 one! :p

This is the Avism review: http://www.avsim.com/pages/1001/dreamfleet737/df737.html

Regards
BAe 146-100

jmc_757-200
2nd May 2003, 03:50
Hi,
I'm sure you enjoy flying Dream Fleet 737-400.

Thanks

jmc_757-200