Aerowinx PSX 747 video – Landing with all engines out

httpv://youtu.be/xoG1_1mIc0M

Released last year, the highly acclaimed simulator of Boeing 747-400 on desktop computer, Aerowinx PSX, demonstrates once again its fantastic possibilities of failures tests to challenge your pilot skills.

Without surprise, the customer review at simMarket rates 5 stars this masterpiece.

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Harry
Thursday, May 21, 2015 15:54

EUR 291.60 lololololol for 2D lololololol hahahaha it’s 2015.

jcomm
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 17:45

A truly remarkable simulator, and a Masterpiece, just as PS1 was for it’s time when released.

The closest we can get to a 744, in a PC, or even closer if we use it’s ready made features to build a fancy real size 744 cockpit, or simply use multiple computers / displays for different views, including external view using FSX, X-Plane 10 or Perpar3D.

John
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 19:46
Reply to  jcomm

I saw this a few days ago. Really tempted to save up for it. I had a look at the manual and it looks fantastic.

jcomm
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 22:12
Reply to  John

I am presently using it standalone or with FSX:SE for the visuals, but I am considering P3Dv2 as well, although that would require an hardware update 🙂 or a 2nd PC dedicated to P3Dv2

But XView is yet another way to use an external visuals generator, in that case X-Plane 10, for those who prefer that one …