Flight Simulator Checklists Courtesy of Werner Schott Use at Own Risk Warning! These checklists were created for use with Flight _ Simulation entertainment programs, not actual aircraft.
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 The checklists are, generally, highly accurate and may serve as useful reading for pilots interested in the aircraft. However, under no cicrumstances shoud they be used in lieu of a proper pilot's operating handbook / Approved Flight Manual (POH/AFM) for actual flight. Please note that the following checklists were primarily intended for use with Microsoft Flight Simulator. Checklists labelled FS2002 are for Microsoft Flight Simulator FS2002 and checklists labelled FS2004/FSX are for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 and FSX. However, often checklists will work with older and newer versions of your flight simulator program just fine. Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Serious Flight Sim Pilot? IFR Student Pilot?
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SimPlates is also great for student pilots who use PC flight simulators to supplement their real-world training. About the Author Werner Schott Werner Schott, born in Vienna, but living in Switzerland for many years now, has had a lifetime passion for aviation. A former Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Defense Corps, Werner now serves as a head of a technical college in Switzerland. Werner is an avid flight simulator enthusiast, and compiled these checklists with the help of his flight instructor friend and other pilots in order to 'give something back' to the community. Dauntless Software would like to thank Mr. Schott for his contributions to the community.
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