FSFlyingSchool beta available for download

Pro Member Trainee

Hello Forum Members:

FSFlyingSchool is ready for public beta-testing!

We would like to invite all interested virtual pilots to download a beta-test copy of FSFlyingSchool, the new add-on for FS 2004 and FS 2002.

FSFlyingSchool brings you the services of a team of Flight Instructors, with different personalities, genders and nationalities, all of whom are ready to help you become the best pilot you can be. 😀

Interested? Download your beta-test copy of FSFlyingSchool at

or view our movies at:

Take a look at these features!

* A team of Flight Instructors who talk to you, giving you immediate, detailed advice on your flying technique.

* Unique scoring system rates all phases of flight: taxi, take off, cruise, approach, landing and much more.

* Submit your best scores to the FSFlyingSchool web site to show off your flying skills to the rest of the world (Full version only).

* Instructor advises you on subtle things you don't normally know about: G forces; trimming technique; taxiing in wind and lots more.

* Flights and their scores are tracked in detail in the pilot's own FSFlyingSchool logbook.

* Performance immediately evaluated while you are still out flying – no need to quit, switch applications, park or turn off engines.

* Fly demanding circuits around your favourite airports and have them evaluated in detail.

* Ask the instructor to give you an instant test of your airmanship; a great way to show off your skills and score points.

* Always gives you detailed scoring of your performance; not a simple summary.

* Improves your flying skills; makes your flying more realistic and attentive to real details.

3 Responses

Pro Member Chief Captain
RadarMan Chief Captain

Great video, it looks like a nice program!


Pro Member First Officer
Wing-man First Officer

Looks interesting 😉 , I'll download and see how it goes, I'll report back to the FSFlyingSchool forum at a later date. 😉

Pro Member Trainee

Thanks guys! 😀

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