In case most of you may not know, Microsoft Flight Simulator X was released on 13th October, 2006. And today, it marks 15 years of a legendary Flight Simulator. Here's a glass raised to 15 years of flying FSX
If you are unable to fly an aircraft, become the aircraft -the guy who came with concept of a wing suit, perhaps
I still fly FSX, and I fly it almost every night. It works well with my current computer with almost max settings.
I really enjoy flying these aircraft models:
* Thomas Ruth A332/A333 * Thomas Ruth A343/345/346 * Thomas Ruth A300/310 * Thomas Ruth Boeing 727-100/200 * Thomas Ruth L-1011 * Thomas Ruth DC-10 series * Thomas Ruth AN-124 * Thomas Ruth AN-225 * Project Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 * TDS 787 series with the new VC from Rikooo * TDS Boeing 737 NG series * SkySpirit Boeing 777 series * SkySpirit Boeing 767 series * POSKY/SkySpirit 747 series * Jahn C-47
I would like to thank the people that took the time, dedication, and effort to create these models for everyone to use and for painting excellent liveries to go with them.
Yup, me too. Got MSFS 2020 & I think it's great, but FSX with ORBX, REX & Steve Parson's DX10 Scenery Fixer is still holding up for me & the variety of plane & scenery add-ons add-ons make it very competitive still.