• A2A Big GA Giveaway

    A chance to experience real life GA flying themselves from their local airport/airfield in a 172.

    We believe that with the continued development of our Accu-sim technology we have enabled our customers to get as close as possible to flying many wonderful aircraft. The natural development with helping people actually 'be there' is to run this new contest, called the A2A - Big GA giveaway.

    We might be a little excited!

    Those that follow the forums here, the A2A Facebook or my own or Michal P's Twitter accounts will know we are super excited. Even us die hard warbird fans in the team are surprised at just how excited we have become about the upcoming GA aircraft. With Redbird and AOPA pulling Accu-Sim technology into the core training of real aviation, we're working hard to complete a true fusion of real aviation and simulation. Couple this with the heavy flight testing schedules with two Cessna 172's and the A2A Comanche (with the inside joke being how well the Comanche is a real life simulation of our Accu-sim technology) we're simulating deeper and more precise than ever. Suffice to say we cannot wait to be able to share what we have been working on with everyone at release of the first in line the 172 Accu-sim trainer.

    Beta Testing!

    We can now confirm that the 172 Accu-sim Trainer has recently entered Beta testing with the infamous A2A Simulations beta test team. The aircraft is being stress tested to the extreme by the team and made ready for general public consumption. During this time we will also be working with Redbird in parallel for the AOPA Jay with both projects complementing each other to provide customers of the AOPA Jay and our own FSX customers the best that they can get.

    Competition time!

    To celebrate the A2A C172 being in Beta testing, A2A are not only gearing up for the new GA line of Accu-sim simulations but are also offering a lucky winner the chance to experience real life GA flying themselves from their local airport/airfield in a 172.

    To enter all you need to do is to write a reply to this thread letting us know what Accu-sim means to you.

    http://www.a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=34595

    1st Prize:

    • 1 hour instructed/logged flight in a 172 at your local airport/airfield
    • A2A Simulations C172 Accu-sim trainer upon release of the simulation
    • A2A Simulations Accu-sim warbird of winners choice

    2nd Prize:

    • A2A Simulations C172 Accu-sim trainer upon release of the simulation
    • A2A Simulations Accu-sim warbird of winners choice

    3rd Prize

    • A2A Simulations C172 Accu-sim trainer upon release of the simulation

    Rules

    • The winner chooses the airport of his or her choice that has Cessna 172's available for rent (they must be reputable and approved by A2A Simulations)
    • A2A will take care of the rest

    Winners will be chosen by the A2A Team on June the 15th 2013.

    Thank you for reading and good luck!


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