Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004  models important aircraft and flights from  the 1st Century of Aviation Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004  models important aircraft and flights from  the 1st Century of Aviation Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004  models important aircraft and flights from  the 1st Century of Aviation
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004- A Century of Flight.

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004

Descriptions from - www.microsoft.com/games/flightsimulator/aircraft_modern.asp


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With more than 5,000 delivered, there is no other turbine-powered business aircraft that can match the success of the Beech King Air. At times, nearly 90 percent of the cabin-class turboprops in the world have been King Airs. Designed as a turbine-powered alternative to the Queen Air, the King Air eventually supplanted the Queen Air as the number one choice in executive turboprops.

The elegant King Air is a high-performance, pressurized-cabin, twin-engine, turboprop airplane. Most often employed as a corporate transport, it usually seats from 9 to 11 (although it's certified for up to 17 people). The structure is distinguished by its efficient wing and NASA-designed winglets. The T-tail on the Super King Airs was designed to provide improved aerodynamics, lighter control forces, and a wider center-of-gravity range. Many a young pilot has stepped up from more lowly positions to corporate flying in the right seat of a King Air. Piloting the beautiful Beech is a good transition toward the more complex world of turbine engines and larger aircraft.



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