It is useful because with things like regional flights, you don’t *need* ATC.
Most times, the sighted pilots I see on streams use VFR rules for the majority
of, say, FSEconomy flights, etc.
Also, since I’m trying to gravitate away from IYP, it’s also useful in that
regard. I want to fly more aircraft, and the fact that IYP won’t ever be
updated with more supported aircraft… reason enough right there to stop, or at
least attempt, to stop using it.
On Jul 10, 2017, at 8:03 PM, Moritz Grandjean <moritz.grandjean@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I have a recently downloaded the share ware version of Fsx pilot. But to be
honest, I can't really figure out what the advantage of the program is. If I
heard right, you don't even have air traffic control coverage. So, what makes
this program better as it's your plane? Or in which situations is it useful?
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