Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Boeing 747-400

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Boeing 747-400
Schipol Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands

" Thanks in part to use of advanced materials, like graphite, to replace heavy metals, and aluminum alloys used in wing skins, stringers, and lower-spar chords, the 747 realized considerable weight savings over the -300. The 747-400 can travel 8,430 statute miles (13,570 km) without refueling. That, in addition to its large seating capacity, makes it the lowest cost per seat-mile of any twin aisle airplane offered. "


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These Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 images recreate the flights from Microsoft Flight Simulator 98. Compare the images to see how far flight simulation graphics have developed in only 4 years!

Cockpit

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Boeing 747-400
Schipol Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Boeing 747-400
The virtual cockpit dials are functional. You can actually read them in flight!

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Boeing 747-400
Gauges | actual size

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