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SilkAir 9V-SBD Lives on

SilkAir 9V-SBD Lives on

The flight deck with the registration 9V-SBD (SilkAir Airbus A319-100) was relocated to Sydney Australia on November 2017 to be rebuilt as a fixed based A320 procedural simulator. It has a MSN of 1698 and was manufactured in Hamburg, Germany. At the age of 14.2 years it was scrapped at Cotswold Airport. There are plenty … Continue reading

Cockpit Concept: MCDU Master Board

Cockpit Concept: MCDU Master Board

The highly anticipated MCDU Master Board has finally been released by Cockpit Concept. It is another master achievement by Chris and James who have spent countless hours debugging and ensuring native compatibility with both Jeehell FMGS and ProSimA320. Simply connect the networkable AIRINC board terminals to the MCDU cannon plug connector. The MCDU operates at … Continue reading

Interfacing the Sim

Interfacing the Sim

With the foundation built and Main Instrument Panel (MIP) mounted work can begin with the interfacing of the Simulator switches and korry annunciators. With the previous Flight Deck Solution build the TEKWorx InterfaceIT boards were used. The TEKWorx boards are designed with group wiring – 8 positive connectors assigned to one common ground. This solution … Continue reading

The Atlantic: What Really Happened to Malaysia’s Missing Airplane

The Atlantic: What Really Happened to Malaysia’s Missing Airplane

“Victor Iannello, an engineer and entrepreneur in Roanoke, Virginia, who has become another prominent member of the Independent Group and has done extensive analysis of the simulated flight, underscores what the Malaysian investigators ignored. Of all the profiles extracted from the simulator, the one that matched MH370’s path was the only one that Zaharie did … Continue reading

2020 Microsoft Flight Simulator

2020 Microsoft Flight Simulator

A “game” changer? The visuals look beautiful, but questions remain about the engine, API and compatibility with 3rd party developers. Many will remember MS Flight and its controversy. It never gained traction because of its paywall requirements and the arcade like approach. Support was eventually dropped. https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2019/06/09/xbox-e3-2019-briefing-recap/ Microsoft Flight Simulator (Xbox One And Windows 10 PC)The … Continue reading