HI2U!Global ATC SimulatorRelease Date : 10th November, 2014Protection : SteamType : SimulatorSize : 1 DiscDescription:~~~~~~~~~~~~Global ATC Simulator is a standalone simulation of the task ofTower, Approach and Departure controllers. What sets it apartfrom every other ATC simulation is that it is global, it coversall the major airports in the whole world with literallyunprecedented detail. It uses the same (licensed) database asthe majority or airliners so for each of the nearly 14.000airports you will guide aircraft over the correct routing andprocedures. And the aircraft you guide will fly as they shouldand they will be the right type and the right airline for thatairport.Note:~~~~~When installing it to program files folder, you have to the gameonce as admin.Install:~~~~~~~Unrar, mount/burn, install, copy crack, Enjoy.
FSHud is a true manager of air traffic - not just a voice of an Air Traffic Controller. Manage your flight plan and communications with ATC through an advanced, yet easy to use, simulator-integrated panel. It's all done in accordance with aviation standards and regulations, with clearances and instructions given at the correct time.
FSHud is in complete control of all the air traffic within the simulator, whether it is on the ground or in the air. The system plans and manages the flow of air traffic and handles all of the communication between the aircraft and the applicable controller. This sets the stage for a simulated lifelike flight experience, where ATC knows what each aircraft is doing (including your own) and acts accordingly - just as a controller should!
As aircraft are maneuvered - from block-off to block-on - FSHud acts and thinks like an ATC, making sure that the correct separation is maintained between all aircraft at all times. Whether it is on the ground, within an airport control zone, or if you are enroute to your destination. FSHud is in complete control of the traffic which is, in essence, injected back into the simulator. Each aircraft instructed by ATC within the simulator always using the correct terminology and adhering to applicable flight patterns and norms.
Now compatible with MSFS (Microsft Flight Simulator), and Prepar3D v5 and v4. One download covers them all! Note that some features may differ in the MSFS version due to differences in the simulator API's.
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