…and now you can fly the 172, too!

115250_2The much anticipated A2A Simulations Accu-Sim C172 Trainer is now released and available… To save you reading any further, you can click here to get it…

…still with us? OK, well in that case, you might like to know that this is probably the most detailed representation of any aircraft, in any desktop simulator, so far. There’s a reason for that, which is that the package has been developed to train real world pilots, but it’s also guaranteed to pick up a significant fan base amongst home users too. Be prepared, though – you’ll have to look after your new aircraft, as it will age over time, even when not in use and your computer is turned on. That’s the least of the features though. There are far too many to list here so please head over to the product page and read about it for yourself. The C172 itself may be a classic, but we think the Accu-Sim rendition of it is going to be one in and of its own right.

It is developed and licensed for use in both Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed-Martin Prepar3D.

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  1. I’m excited to be the first one to comment on this one! Been looking forward to it for ages. As soon as I’m home, the download will be initiated!

  2. I know this has been said before of A2A simulations’ aicraft. But I’ll say it again: Someday all FS aircraft will be like this.

  3. I agree with them being leading edge developers and breaking grounds but for me the exaggerating advertising of features that others have done before is a bit much for my European taste. 😉
    I don’t have that many hours in the real C172, but I remember a different view position for my standard type tallness and a bit more volume sound. But I will see what other think about that observation.

  4. I know Aerosoft has a very good Katana and my above comment, in all honesty, applies also to that airplane but have you ever seen, in all FS history, a propeller behave like that when you click start on the ignition switch (for example, kick back when you release the switch)? I am not aware of that being simulated before. And actual spark plug clogging with realistic behaviour and realistic procedures to clean them up or persistent aging even when you’re not using the airplane to simulate lack of use? I don’t know all GA aircraft that have been simulated over the years but IMO few compare to this one. But the Katana is at least as good, it sure has a long list of great, never before seen, features. Cheers

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