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If I remember correctly most of those FSX lessons were done by Rod Machado. He’s a good CFI but has a tendency to speak tongue-in-cheek about things. What he means by that is that by lowering the nose you can maintain the same airspeed but use less power to do it i.e. getting a free ride out of it. In truth what’s happening is that the airplane is ...


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The most advanced open source flight simulator is currently FlightGear. It doesn't fall too far short of its commercial brethren. The repository is hosted on SourceForge, where you can download the entire codebase. For documentation and discussion on how it works, see the forum and the mailing lists. Once you have questions regarding the codebase per se, ...


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