The world's most realistic flight simulator?




VirtualPilot3D is going to be a GAME-CHANGER...

If you ever dreamt of being a pilot or would like to explore the world with ultra realismin 200+ different aircraft, VirtualPilot3D will fulfill that dream.

As a flight sim fan, I always value realism and VirtualPilot3D simply blew me away with some of their features:

The world's most realistic flight simulator?

- Accurate ATC system and navigation
- Complete instrument flying and approaches
- Advanced navigation including NDB, VOR, ILS and GPS
- Fly a real airline route on autopilot


I've played the game for 2 days now and it is the most complete flight sim game I've ever tried. If you're think Microsoft FSX or X-Plane is great, you ain't SEEN NOTHING yet!

But don't take my word for it, check it out yourself at:


P.S: P.S The videos are amazing to watch. Make sure you go to the video section and check out the live demos of the game in action!





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the first being SubLogic's Flight Assignment: A.T.P., released in 1990. As time has passed, the most common flight simulator used is Microsoft's Flight Simulator.[3][6] This basic premise has evolved over time, along
with availablenvironment where they can experience the corporate environment of traditional commercial business in the airline industry, without the risk of financial loss. These organizations also provide an outlet
for those who are interested in aviation but unable to fly themselves in real life due to financial, health, or other reasons.[7] As of 2014, an estimated 80 percent of virtual pilots hold no real world pilot's license.[8]e technology, to provide increasing levels of immersion but always with the same core purpose. When combined with increasingly powerful personal computers, advancing flight simulation software, and communications networks,
virtual airlines are often able to provide compelling, realistic, experiences similar to operations inside a real airline.[3] Virtual airlines also provide an avenue for members to gain access to additional content, such as aircraft and scenery, for use with their simulator.
The appeal varies; for younger members, virtual airlines provide
a sandbox realistic environment where they can experience the corporate environment of traditional commercial business in the airline industry, without the risk of financial loss. These organizations also provide an outlet
for those who are interested in aviation but unable to fly themselves in real life due to financial, health, or other reasons.[7] As of 2014, an estimated 80 percent of virtual pilots hold no real world pilot's license.[8]

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