• Perfect Flight - Discovery Flights - United Kingdom & Ireland for MSFS

    Perfect Flight - Discovery Flights - United Kingdom & Ireland for MSFS

    "The Sky Is Calling" is the motto chosen by Microsoft to advertise Flight Simulator 2020, "Here we are!" is the answer, says Perfect Flight! United Kingdom & Ireland Discovery Flights is the definitive product to make the most of Microsoft Flight Simulator World Update #3.

    Perfect Flight - Discovery Flights - United Kingdom & Ireland for MSFS

    Features

    Five Discovery Flights in the form of Bush Trip missions. A complete and exhaustive tour of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England and London area, with over 150 points of interest strictly documented with photos available in the Navlog.

    Two new liveries for default Asobo aircraft in Ultra High 8K textures resolution:

    • Beechcraft Bonanza G36 in UK livery
    • X Cub CubCrafter in Irish livery

    Perfect Flight - Discovery Flights - United Kingdom & Ireland for MSFS

    Easy to fly - You can easily follow the flight plan from the PFD. So, enjoy beautiful views and incredible landscapes in hours and hours of pure fun, indulging at the same time your passion for flying.

    TTS technology - Missions take advantage of the Microsoft TTS technology and you will receive instructions and information about the flight by voice.

    Custom Settings - You can fly the missions with preset settings or change weather, season, date and time. You can refuel the plane in any time. Multiplayer feature is enabled, so you can fly online with your friends.

    Perfect Flight - Discovery Flights - United Kingdom & Ireland for MSFS

    Perfect Flight - Discovery Flights - United Kingdom & Ireland for MSFS

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    2 Comments
    1. talnes's Avatar
      talnes -
      Perfect.
    1. SkipFerg's Avatar
      SkipFerg -
      Well, not so perfect for me. I'm getting no voice commentary at all. I understand that fault here may lie with Microsoft, but bottom line is all I've ever heard is a welcome message, then nada! The PDF manual would be a perfect place to put information about each POI, how to find it, etc.

      Essentially I've got a flight plan that I am able to follow and a brief listing of the POIs one will encounter (in a 563 mile flight in the case of "Discover Scotland"). The POIs in the text listing do not seem to be in the order one would find them during the actual flight (though due to unfamiliarity I could be wrong there).

      This concept presents such a great opportunity to really inform the Simmer, impart some history. An excellent example of how to approach a project like this, from a manual stand point, is the work of Neil Birch. I've learned a lot from flying his flights. The addition of the flight plans here is a real plus, and kudos to Perfect Flight for that, but without the voice feature or any meaningful text in the manual regarding the actual POIs, I'll likely not use if for flying again. Pity. Perhaps there was a rush to production?
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