- Fly to TOKYO FS2004 is a landmark title in FlightSoft’s Asian Collection. FlightSoft newest Asian addon for Microsoft Flight Simulator provides the flight sim addon market with one of its most exciting products focusing on PC pilots of all levels of expertise. FlightSoft software engineers have designed a collection of meticulously crafted Asian airliners whose visual looks, MD10 panel and exquisite flight model will help you enjoy all those approaches to Tokyo and destinations throughout Japan.
- The jetliners alone are worth the price of the package. You’ll receive our entire ASIAN JETLINERS PACKAGE which include most of the famous airliners in Asia rendered with beautiful liveries and an exquisite flight model. FlightSoft’s real world MD10 (FSX) and DC10 (FS2004) airliner sound effects will put a smile on your face.
- Fly to TOKYO includes a vast library of sophisticated automated approach flights to Narita International Airport in Tokyo and a number of breathtaking approaches to Haneda Airport. FlightSoft doesn’t stop there but includes automated approach flights to all parts of Japan including Komatsu, Osaka, Okinawa, Yokota Airbase, Hiroshima, etc.
FlightSoft’s Fly to Tokyo FSX and FS2004 is an exhilirating new title from the FlightSoft Archives. Fly to Tokyo is a massive add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. We’ll fly you not only to Tokyo but also to all the major holiday destination airports in Japan. This product is a truly immense title and an absolute must in your flight sim library.
The vast library of approach flights is impressive and you’ll be flying to Japan’s most extraordinary airports like Tokyo’s Narita International Airport, Haneda Airport and the airports in Komatsu, Okinawa, Osaka, Iwo Jima, Hiroshima, Nagazaki, Yokota Airbase and much much more! The immensely popular Japanese 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 approaches CAT I, CAT II and CAT III to all the major airports in Japan. Japan’s mega airports provide the PC pilot with all the sophistication and modernity that one can find in aviation technology rich airport facilities for both your general aviation flights and when you are performing the role of `captain in command’ of a jumbo jetliner.
FlightSoft’s Fly to Tokyo FSX and FS2004 brings you on an unbelievable journey to holiday destination airports in Tokyo and the rest of Japan. These prestigious Japanese airfields represent the greatest variety of airports and for the approaches not one experience is like another the complexity of weather challenges and airfield pyrotechnics will immerse you completely in the unique approaches of Tokyo’s Narita International Airport, Haneda Airport in Tokyo and other mega airfields in Japan including a stunning over water approach to Komatsu International Airport.
These airports come equipped with all the navigational aids and runway guidance avionics systems that you would certainly expect from the major airports of Asia. Moreover, you’ll also fly into mid size airports and some military airfields. You’ll experience the thrill of a descent in dense fog into Tokyo’s Narita International Airport a mega airport and important hub in Asia and as you fly below cloud cover and transition to short final you’ll experience moderate to light windshear and water effect turbulence along with a drop in altitude watch and listen intently as the aircraft gets buffeted around abit but you’ll view the beauty of final approach as the airfield up yonder opens up splendidly allowing your runway guidance system to become activated and steer your massive jumbo jetliner on final approach to Tokyo’s mega international airport.
The way you negotiate the various turns and descents are contingent on the approach plates for the airfield you’re landing at and you’ll experience a certain sense of achievement when you negotiate the various phases of the complicated Standard Arrival Route and look out the cockpit window and view the over water weather effects then descend to view a plush urban landscape on final approach. These airports provide your jumbo jetliner with plenty of real estate to maneuver around and the humid air during the heat of summer will keep you on your toes as you final approach to Narita International Airport or the popular and some say more fasciating domestic airport called Haneda Airport in Tokyo.
These airfields are truly large and fully equipped with CAT II and CAT III ILS systems and the runway lighting is brilliantly rendered for an impressive final approach … 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 Asia from Singapore to Sri Lanka and India then Hong Kong, Vietnam, Guam, Indonesia, Thailand and Japan your final destination with FlightSoft’s Fly to Tokyo FSX and FS2004 and guess what we’ve not even touched the surface.
FlightSoft’s Fly to Tokyo FSX and FS2004 will place you in the airline captain’s `zone’ while the jumbo jetliners you choose to navigate the airways offer you all the knobs and switches you’ll ever need to precisely fly the big beast and impress your self and your passengers with the finesse and skill you can muster in landing a large jumbo jetliner at Tokyo’s Narita International Airport or Tokyo’s domestic airfield Haneda Airport or the mega airport in Komatsu Japan … this is the kind of product that appeals to a diverse group of flight simmers … yeah … an ideal product for the PC Pilot who want to fune tune his/herr flying skills and impress fellow PC Pilots, colleagues and friends.
FlightSoft’s Fly to Tokyo FSX and FS2004 is your ticket to the Japanese Holiday Vacation of your dreams and by all means pick up a copy as it should be in every PC Pilots flight sim library.
*Note – screenshots feature the FSX version