Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Beech Baron 58

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Beech Baron 58
Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany

" It's sometime in 1982, and if you fly straight ahead you'll come to the Brandenburg Gate, where the Berlin Wall still stands. (Set the date ahead to the present to witness the reunification of Germany.) "


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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!

" The Beech Baron 58 is considered a classic light twin. The Baron 58 is a spiffed-up version of a time-tested favorite made modern by its new Continental Special engines. The Baron combines the attractiveness of Beechcraft design with the reliability of twin engines, resulting in a gorgeous workhorse of an aircraft. "

Cockpit

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Beech Baron 58
Cockpit | Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Beech Baron 58
The virtual cockpit dials are functional. You can actually read them in flight!

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 Beech Baron 58
Gauges | actual size

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