Fly To Africa FS2004

“FlightSoft's Fly to Africa FS2004 is an exhilirating new title from the FlightSoft Archives. Fly to Africa FS2004 is a massive add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. We'll fly you not only to all the major airports and airfields in Africa but visit some of this continent's most sought after holiday destinations. This product is a truly massive title its real estate is large by any standard and the immense range and variety of features makes this title an absolute must in a customer's flight sim library. The vast library of approach flights is impressive and you'll be flying to Africa's most extraordinary airports like Cape Town, Botswana, Burundi, Ghana, Zambia, Angola, Congo, Kenya, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Sudan, Nigeria, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Senegal, Namibia and much much more! Some of the popular African airfields are often without ILS or other advanced navigation aids. This product represents the opportunity to manually hand fly the jetliner and your approaches to airfields in Africa will provide you with various learning curve opportunities. The major African airports will provide the astute PC pilot with exposure to all kinds of approaches and flight conditions including the complete gamut of Instrument Landing Systems CAT I, CAT II and some airfields even include a CAT III IFR approach. Ofcourse, airports with CAT III approaches are exceptional airfields and one can certainly find aviation rich technology airport facilities for both your general aviation flights and those times when you're flying a jumbo jetliner. FlightSoft's Fly to Africa FSX brings you on an unbelievable exotic journey to holiday destination airports on the African continent. These famous African destinations include airports from the simplest airfields with a simple NDB navigation beacon and approach plates that are primitive in substance to the most complex mega airports like the ones in South Africa like Cape Town International Airport or O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg South Africa. These South African airports come equipped with all the navigational aids and runway guidance avionics systems that you would certainly expect from the largest and busiest airports in Africa. These airports provide your jumbo jetliner with plenty of real estate to maneuver around and the dry hot South African summers will keep you on your toes as you fly your final approach to O.R. Tambo International Airport in South Africa or try manual flying for simpler airfields up north with a simple NDB or VOR/DME approach profile. Just try the approaches at dusk or dawn and you'll immediately be impressed by the impressive configuration of bright lights on the runways bringing your aircraft down the invisible glideslop right for a touchdown on the numbers of the ILS runway. FlightSoft brings you on an exciting journey offering you hundreds of hours of fun, excitement and the learning experience of a lifetime as you negotiate the busy airways of Africa from Namibia to Ghana or the Sudan to Ethiopia, or Botswana to Barundi and much much more! We've not even touched the surface of possibilities. FlightSoft's massive library of Approach Flights to the African airports and airfields is one of the largest compendiums assembled for flight sim students to test their flight skills on approach to these fabulous airfields. ""
""FlightSoft's Fly to Africa FS2004 will place you in the airline captain's `zone' while the jumbo jetliners you choose to navigate the airways including Ghana Airways and Zambia Airlines will offer you all the knobs and switches you'll ever need to precisely fly the `big birds' and impress your self and your passengers with all the finesse and skill you can muster in landing a large jumbo jetliner at South Africa's Cape Town International Airport. This is the kind of product that appeals to a diverse group of flight simmers ... if you love manually flying the aircraft and enjoy those simple airfields in South America, Latin America or some of the Islands off of Greece then you'll love Fly to Africa FS2004. This is an ideal product for the PC Pilot who want to fune tune his/her flying skills and impress fellow PC Pilots, colleagues and friends. ` FlightSoft's Fly to Africa FS2004 is your ticket to the exotic African Holiday Vacation of your dreams and by all means enjoy your flights to Swaziland, Uganda and Senegal ... our extensive library of flight approaches will acquaint you with every nook and crany of flying the African Bush Airports or the Mega Airfields of South Africa, Namibia and beyond.""
Key Features:
FlightSoft's Fly to Africa FS2004 will provide you with one of the most exciting and unique titles in the history of the flight sim genre. The prospects of flying to all the most important and some of the most humble and basic airfields in Africa is a very attractive option for many flight sim pilots looking for something different from your typical mundane flight sim title. You'll fly on approach to airports in Botswana, Burundi, Mozambique, Senegal, Tanzania, Zambia, Ghana, Cape Town, The Sudan, Angola, Namibia, Nigeria and we've not even touch the surface of all the countries in Africa you'll be fly to and making final approaches to the most basic primitive airfields to some of the world's most sophisticated airports. FlightSoft's Fly to Africa FS2004 is the hottest new product in the flight sim market a product that will bring you on a Africa Safari Wilderness Vacation a journey back to a time when simple airfields and bush aircraft were popular while exposing you to the riches of the most modern airports in the world. You'll experience some of the most fascinating aviation weather related anomolies too for African weather can change quickly and without advance notice just like flying in the Caribbean. You'll learn to read your weather charts with this product but the larger airfields will provide you with the finest in aviation technologies which should make a critical impact on safe landings at the ultra modern airports in South Africa or elsehwere on this intriguing continent. Each airport approach will expose you to the many terrain and weather related challenges that in the world of African aviation represent serious milestones in the resume of real world pilots.
The airports of Africa are amongst the most fascinating and exotic in the world. African airports place a particularly heavy burden on the PC Pilot. First amongst these is the desire to learn to hand fly the aircraft for spectacular visual approaches and precision without the aviation related airport technologies that enable precision. You have to do it the old fashion way. You must visually pick a spot near the front of the runway and visually fly down an invisible glideslope to land in the targed zone. This is visual flying hand flying the aircraft and performing a slideslipe if you're too high but most important of all is the eye contact with your flight environment. It must speak to you in a very personal way. It's about learning to be a bush pilot and yet flying the major airports with all the modern aviation technologies is also a big part of this massive title for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. How exciting is it? We'll these airports are some of the largest in the African continent and every square meter is packed with vehicles and aircrafts. These marvels of the aviation industry come equipped with real world runway visual guidance systems including high res HD CAT I, CAT II, CAT III ILS Instrument Landing Systems with clear runway visual guidance to help pilots cope with the impressive set of diverse challenges encountered during approach to Africa's bussiest and most successful airports. There's much more to this product than simply testing your metal in airports of immense size and activity density. This product is an introduction to flying the jumbo jetliners and performing the duties of an airline captain. Africa's immense flatlands and hilly terrain are overshadowed by large snow capped mountains. The airports in South Africa are vast and complicated airfields with a myriad of visual technologies to help pilots safely navigate the approaches over water or densely populated urban areas. It's all about flying and there could not possibly be a better continent than Africa to learn how to become proficient in slow flight or other tricks and techniques of flying into small airfields often with only a simple navigation device to help you land safely. You'll thoroughly enjoy the scenic views outside the cockpit window flying over jungle areas and safari wilderness regions then suddenly a densely popularted urban landscape emerges into view. The DC10 Cockpit Panel what can we say about it? You'll work with its Auto Pilot, GPS and other navigation systems to insure accurate approaches and memorable arrivals to airports throghout Africa and its most prestigious cities and airfields.AK11
Enjoy FlightSoft's Fly to Africa FS2004 in Multi Player mode just join friends and fly to all the popular destinations in Africa including Cape Town, Johannesburg South Africa, Ghana, Zambia, Namibia, Burundi, Angola, Tanzania, Botwsana, Nigeria and we've not even touch the surface. Why not fly there as a group and take your position in `flight formation' then take turns on who can land a greaser? Can you fly to Africa's Safari airports better than a colleague or friend? You'll all be performing the role of airline captain flying jumbo jetliners on assigned flight routes to Cape Town International Airport, O.R. Tambo International Airport, etc. This is not the race track but when airports get busy often pilots are asked to fly circling maneauvers and you might think that you're flying a `race track' in the skies but what enjoyment awaits you when you are cleared for final approach and find yourself at the controls of a massive jumbo jetliner flying the arrival route and final approach profile to Kotoka International Airport in Ghana. You'll learn to enjoy your role as airline captain as you fully engage with the specific flight maneauvers in your toolkit to safely negotiate the highways and byways of the skies as you transition to the Standard Arrival Route and make the final approach with your signature dance move on descent to many of the vast array of small, mid size and mega airports in Africa.
The European Jetliner's Package with the African airlines of Ghana and Zambia come standard with this package. You'll fly to all the major African airports and holiday destinations with some of the most beautiful airline creations in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. You'll Fly to South Africa's mega airports with Ghana Airways and the airline of Zambia plus KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, British Airways, Alitalia Airlines, Lufthansa Airlines and much much more! The PC pilot will climb the ladder of proficiency as the FlightSoft Library of Approach Flights brings you to all your African Holiday destinations. Our Approach Flights Library will provide you with some especially challenging flights into O.R. Tambo International Airport in South Africa or Cape Town International Airport!. You'll fly into these airfields with precision guided Instrument Landing Systems and capture the glideslope to descend as if on a railroad track down a mountain to land safely on the tarmac at Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport in Namibia and fly the approach in style in the captain's seat. You'll be entranced by the experience. You'll want to fly to all your favorite airports on safari in Africa again and again. You'll fly over hilly terrain, wild meadows, picturesque towns and pristine but densely populated cities and once more be welcomed by the applause of birds chirping, snow capped hills in winter, plush bright green rolling valleys and lush meadows ... yes they do embrace you on final approach as your journey comes to an end as you fly the approach to Japan's most spectacular airports in rain, snow or shine ... there you have it ... it doesn't get better than that!"
If you liked FlightSoft's Fly to Africa FSX then look into Fly to the Caribbean, Fly to Greece & The Greek Islands and even Fly to Spain & The Canary Islands. Fly to Africa FSX and fly all the major approaches to South Africa's mega International Airports. FlightSoft's library of Automated Approach Flights provides you with the critical experience of hand flying on the last few minutes of a flight ... leave the main flying from the standard arrival route to the final approach to us ... we'll do it for you as the plane descends, turns and captures the glideslope insuring your Instrument Landing System guides you in on an invisible thread right down to the thresshold of the runway for a breathtaking finale and touchdown to Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport in Namibia an invaluable addition to your flight sim experiences. Remember that the spectacular airports of Africa are superb examples of achievement and the impressive arsenal of airport approach profiles and the pilotage skills required to safely land at these primitive airfields contrast sharply with the mega airports of Africa that bring all the technology the aviation industry brings to bear on the professional and amateur pilots alike. Fly to Africa FSX will bring you many hours of satisfaction as you negotiate the twists and turns of arrival routes procedures before you transition to final approaches in the midst of immense storms, beautfiul daylight conditions or near zero zero visibilty ... you'll fly your plane in all these conditions and more with great confidence, real precision and immense satisfaction.
Requires the base game
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight
to activate.


System Requirements
Minimum Specifications:
Win 7, Vista, XP, ME, 2000
1 GHz
512 MB
Hard Drive:
286 MB
Video Card:
Direct X compliant
Additional Info:
Each Digital Download has a separate and unique Serial Number for each customer.

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