Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004,
 Real Add-On Series Products.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
Approach and Landing in Japan 2004, Pack 8
Approach & Landing in Japan 2004, Pack 8 for FS2004. combines a series of 6 adventure files, 2 Airliners, and enhanced sceneries of 6 airports of Japan. Bombardier DHC8-Q400 and DHC6-300, Twin Otter are included. The following airports are ncluded: Monbetsu, Tsushima, New Tanegashima, Amami, Yoron and Okushiri. AFCAD2 Facility Data for these airports are included. As the name implies, the included adventures covers the last segment of the flight for these 6 airports. You'll be handled by ATC exactly in a same manner as to what is being practiced by actual ATC for the actual air traffic operating at these 6 airports of Japan. Instrument Approach Charts and Aerodrome Charts (extract from AIP, Japan) are included.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
Approach and Landing in Japan 2004, Pack 7
Approach & Landing in Japan 2004, Pack 7 for FS2004. combines a series of 7 adventure files, 2 Airliners, and enhanced sceneries of 7 airports of Japan. Airbus A321 and SAAB 340B-WT are included. The following airports are ncluded: Nakashibetu, Rishiri, Tajima, Yakushima, Kikai, New Kitakyushu and Kobe. New Kitakyushuand Kobe airports are the offshore airports built on the artificial islands. AFCAD2 Facility Data for these airports are included. As the name implies, the included adventures covers the last segment of the flight for these 7 airports. You'll be handled by ATC exactly in a same manner as to what is being practiced by actual ATC for the actual air traffic operating at these 7 airports of Japan. Instrument Approach Charts and Aerodrome Charts (extract from AIP, Japan) are included.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
Prop-Liners Collection
AeroSim Prop-Liners Collection is an Add-on for the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, A Century of Flight. It features the world famous prop-liners that fly vividly on the commuter route of the airlines transport network. The collection is composed of the following aircraft. Bombardier DHC8-Q400. DHC6-300. SAAB340B-WT. and SAAB340B. They are painted in the following Airline liveries. (DASH8-Q400) flybe, SAS, tyrolean (DHC6-300) AEROPELICAN, malaysia, Winair (SAAB340B-WT) American Eagle, BRITISH AIRWAYS (SAAB340B) nwa, SAAB


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
Classic Freighters, Vol. 2
AeroSim Classic Freighters Vol.2 featuring Freighter of DC-8 sereis and B727-100/200. All freighters are replicated in very high level of detail and accuracy. All of them are presented in a combination of 3D cockpit, WingView Model and NoVC model. Variation of DC8 are -50CF, -61F. -62F, -63F, 72F and 73F. 2 variants of B727 Freighters, namely, -100 and -200 are included. Airlines included are USPS, DHL, Aftican Int, Flying Tigers, ATI, MK Airlines, Air France, and BETA Cargo.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
ATP, Checker Flight, Vol. 1  Tokyo Base, Ohshima Route
This add-on software for FS2004 lets you fly between Tokyo and Ohshima as an Air Transport Pilot of B737-500.The Checker Mode of the adventure is intended for you to improve your skill with the Checker Pilot sitting behind in the cockpit. He rates your performances in air and a score will be given at the end of the flight. The observer mode is available for the beginner of Flight Simulator. As the phrase implies, Real ATC Adventures are programmed to reflect real-life Air Traffic Control Procedures. In other words, the way you fly in the Real ATC Adventures is the way a real pilot fly in a real-life. In this adventure, you will be flying the whole route segment from the gengine starth to gCut off, fuelh. It generates all the background ATC conversation.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
Classic Freighters, Vol. 1
AeroSim Classic Freighters Vol.1 featuring Freighter of DC-10 sereis and L1011-200F. All freighters are replicated in very high level of detail and accuracy. All of them are presented in a combination of 3D cockpit, WingView Model and NoVC model. Variation of DC10 are -10CF, -10(F), -30CF, -30AF, -30(F) and -40F. Airlines included are FEDEX, Fly Arrow, Kitty Hawk International, Continental, Gemni Air Cargo and Aeroflot.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
AeroSim B747 Special,
Expansion Product for Classic Liners, Vol.1
AesoSim B747 Special featuring the state-of-the-art model of B747SP and VC-25A (Air Force One). Liveries of B747SP are Boeing, PA, TW and SV. Two VC-25A, tail number 28000 and 29000, are included. Of the VC-25A, 28000 and 29000 have a differenct antenna system. The number of antenna and the location are different.Refined flex wings with numerous XML parts. This is not a standalone product. AeroSim Classic Liners, Vol 1, is needed to be purchased and installed in FS2004 to use this product. Paintkit for B747SP and VC-25A are available for download from our website.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Real Add-On Series # 7
Classic Liners, Vol.2
Classic Liners, Vol. 2, is the sequel to the Classic Liner, Vol. 1, for the FS2004, featuring the Jetliners of Second Generation, such as DC-8 series, DC-10 series and Lockheed L1011 series. They are in the classical liveries of the corporate colors of Douglas and Lockheed. In addition, some of them wear the old liveries of PAA, TWA, NW, BA, DL, HA, and AC. In total, 13 Jetliners (DC-8 x2, DC-10 x5 and L-1011 x6) are included. Of these jetliners in this product, DC-8 and DC-10 are equipped with the INS. However, L-1011 has the FMS connected with INS. It was the system that had advanced far compared with the system of DC-8/DC-10. The FMS/CDU of real L-1011 was the complex system. Same on the L-1011 of this product was, therefore, simplified to some extent, so that anyone can easily handle and enjoy. 39 Route Data are stored in FMS. You can create and add your own Route Data. Approach & Landing Adventures are also included.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Real Add-On Series # 6
Classic Liners, Vol.1
This product has been developed as the sixth product of AeroSim's Real Addon Series for FS2004. It includes 25 aircraft of the Classical Jet Airliners that were introduced into airline service from the late 1960s. They are B727-100/200, B737-200ADV, and B747-100/200B/200combi/200F/300 and are in the classical liveries of some major airlines, of those some are the defunct airlines. Each aircraft has its own mouse clickable 2D/3D cockpit. The Boeing 747s have INS (Inertial Naviation System) to calculate the plane's position for navigating the plane to its course. The INS in a real life is a very complex system. Our system was simplified to some extent for anyone can easily manipulate the system. The product also includes the Approach & Landing Adventure of the flight to the Osaka International Airport of old days, just step back to a time before the Kansai was opened for International Air Traffic of that region.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Real Add-On Series # 5
YS-11, The Phoenix of Japan
YS-11, the Phoenix of Japan for FS2004 combined a series of 7 adventure files, the enhanced sceneries of 3 airports of Japan, and 14 YS-11 aircraft. Of these 14 YS-11s, two of them are Museum Model (made in stunning detail), and the others are Flight Model (made to be a framerate friendly). NAMC YS-11 is the Japan's first post-war commercial aircraft, which had made a maiden flight back in 1962. Currently, the 30 years old or even older YS-11s are yet at work in the Regional Airlines, the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau, the Japan Coast Guard, the Japan Air Self-defense Force, and the Japan Maritime Self-defense Force. This add-on includes the scenery of the brand new airport, i.e. Chubu International Airport that was inaugurated on 17th Feb 2005. The other airport sceneries included are Nanki-Shirahama Airport and Tanegashima Airport. AFCAD2 Facility Data for these airports are included. Instrument Approach Charts and Aerodrome Charts. (Extract from AIP, Japan) are included


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Real Add-On Series # 4
Approach & Landing in Japan 2004 Vol.3
Approach & Landing in Japan 2004 Vol.3 combines a series of 16 adventures files, 5 jetliners and enhanced sceneries of airports in Japan. If you are missing the thrill of the Hong Kong Curve a.k.a Kaitak IGS APCH RWY 13, the Vol.3 is just for you to get. The circling APP to Tokyo and Osaka remind you of the good old days Hong Kong Curve Approach. Ride on the jump seat and observe the APCH to TYO RWY 16L and OSA RWY 14R. Then you take a control of the heavy and make an approach by yourself with your sweaty palms.
* The following 13 airports are collected in Vol.3: Kansai Int'l Airport, Yamaguchi-Ube Airport, Komatsu Airport, Nagoya Airport, Toyama Airport, Hiroshima Airport, Okayama Airport, Izumo Airport, Yonago Airport, Osaka Int'l Airport, Tottori Airport, Oshima Airport and Tokyo Int'l Airport.
* The following 5 jetliners are included in Vol.3: B747-400, B747SR-100, B767-200, B737-500 and MD-81.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Real Add-On Series # 3
Approach & Landing in Japan 2004 Vol.2
Approach & Landing in Japan 2004 Vol.2 combines a series of 17 adventures files, 5 jetliners and enhanced sceneries of airports in Japan. The new-comers in the Vol.2 are the EXPERT MODE of the adventure program. The expert mode is newly implemented for the first time in the AeroSim Adventure. In the new expert mode , you are the PF and you are the one who shall handle the knob and dial on the panel to set your heading and altitude. In the normal mode (non-expert mode), you are the PF and your virtual copilot will set for your heading, altitude and radio, he even contacts the ATC, as hitherto.
* The following 17 airports are collected in Vol.2: Kochi Airport, Matsuyama Airport, Takamatsu Airport, Tokushima Airport, Fukuoka Airport, Kagoshima Airport, Miyazaki Airport, Nagasaki Airport, Kumamoto Airport, Oita Airport, Kitakyushu Airport, Saga Airport, Tokunoshima Airport, Naga Airport, Ishigaki Airport, Miyako Airport and Shimojishima Airport.
* The following 5 jetliners are included in Vol.2: A320-200, A300-600R, B777-300, MD-87 and B737-400


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Real Add-On Series # 2
Approach &Landing in Japan 2004 Vol.1
Approach & Landing in Japan 2004 Vol.1 combines a series of 16 adventure files, 5 airliners, i.e. B777-200, B767-300, A300B2K-3C, MD90-30, DHC-8-300, and enhanced sceneries of airports in Japan. The following 16 airports are collected in Vol.1: New Tokyo/Narita, New Chitose, Asahikawa, Hakodate, Kushiro, Tokachi-Obihiro, Wakkanai, Memanbets, Sapporo, Sendai, Niigata, Akita, Yamagata, Aomori, Hanamaki and Misawa. AFCAD2 Facility Data for these airports are included. As the name implies, the included adventures covers the last segment of the flight for these 16 airports. "As Real As It Gets" goes not only for the aircraft and scenery, but also the adventure. You'll be handled by ATC exactly in a same manner as to what has been done by actual ATC for the actual air traffic operating at these 16 airports of Japan.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Real Add-On Series # 1
SHUTTLE FLIGHT Tokyo - Osaka

SHUTTLE FLIGHT features the operation of shuttle service being made along the trunk line in air over Japan between Tokyo and Osaka. Dash 400 and Triple Seven are being fully utilized for the shuttle service. Three heavy jetliners, B747-400D, B777-200 and B777-300 are playing active role in the service and they are all included in this add-on. These models are constructed with moving parts, so that it shows off the circulating wheels, moving gear-suspensions and passengers doors. It is striking that the most switches, knobs and levers are now operable in the virtual cockpit. Highly detailed sceneries of Tokyo Intn'l Airport and Osaka Intn'l Airport are included. "As Real As It Gets" goes not only for the aircraft, panel and scenery, but also AeroSim adventure. You'll be handled by ATC exactly in a same manner as to what has been done by actual ATC for the actual air traffic operating now at Tokyo and Osaka. With default FS2004 ATC, you may be radar vectored to RWY 22 of HND by way of route over Tokyo Metropolitan area, which has never been practiced in a real life due to air law of noise abatement.

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