This FMC pack 2 contains six FMC gauges (three for FS9 and three for FSX), all of them imitating the look of real aircraft FMCs, as Bombardier CRJ, DASH or ATR. These gauges are general purpose FMC gauges and they don’t content specific aircraft data pages as APPROACH, IDENT, TAKE OFF... so they can be used with ANY aircraft,
The purpose of these gauges is to implement the FMC style you can find in many of modern airliners or business jets, using the flight plans created with Microsoft Flight Simulator FS9, FSX or any add-on which can export flight plans in the FS format. We have eliminated the complex way in what you have to plan your flight in current commercial FMCs implemented in some of the commercial airliners existing for Microsoft Flight Simulator but keeping the feeling of a real FMC-CDU.
They are general purpose FMC and, in fact they can be used with ANY aircraft, though its normal use will be airliners or busines jets. But a little Cessna 172 will follow the programmed VNAV in the same way than an Airbus 380, with the normal limitations due to differences between both types of aircraft.
A customized map page has been added in order to have a map view of your flight plan in case you use these gauges with planes that cannot display a map in their other instruments.
- Follow a flight plan (note that no AIRAC updates are possible, just FS internal data are used).
- Flight direct to a FLP waypoint (by passing some of them) and continue from there.
- Choose any waypoint in Microsoft database to flight direct to without a flight plan loaded.
- Select an Arrival procedure for destination airport (if it’s implemented in Microsoft FS).
- Follow the vertical navigation and IAS desired.
- Display a lot of different information concerning airports and navaids.
- Display information concerning fuel and winds.
- Pass VOR, ADF and COM frequencies from navaids or airports to aircraft radios.
- Map page.
-Windows XP with at least SP1 or later, FS9 (for FS9 version) and FSX SP1 (for FSX version). A screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or higher (1240 x 1024 recommended).