IPACS recently put out Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator for mass consumption for PC via Steam, which if you happen to be stuck trying to take-off or land, hopefully this guide will be of use.
Most folks who come from flight sim backgrounds will more than likely know how to fly a list of the planes featured on Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator, but that concept does not apply to everyone, though.
Newcomers will more than likely have a difficult time trying to keep up with all the keys and controls to land and take-off in Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator, but the good news is that there are two videos showing you how to take off and how to land.
For starters, it’s best to use the Airbus A320 as a starter plane to take-off and land. Additionally, it’s also best to play with autopilot so that you can ease into the groove of taking-off on a runway.
Furthermore, as a beginner it’s best to keep your controls the same before changing them so that you can get use to the Airbus A320’s cockpit. Most of the few buttons you will be dealing with consist of the left and right mouse button and the scroll-wheel unless you have a joy-stick and flight setup.
A good starting place to practice take-offs and landings is North Island Naval Air Station. This port features a cross section so that you have wiggle room in case you mess up.
A demonstration showing the controls and the way to take-off and land can be seen in a 16 minute long video, and discussed in another video guide by Progrmr.
Lastly, a really good place to understand more than just how to take-off and land, and more about the game comes Aerofly’s manual. The site features the following information for beginners to look over:
- Getting Started
- Settings Menu
- General Settings
- Controller Setup
- Graphic settings
- Miscellaneous Settings
Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator is out now for PC via Steam and has a 15% off discount dropping its $59.99 point down to $50.99.