Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 has the standard ATIS that is far from the reality – its “laconic” text just cannot satisfy experienced pilots. The main imperfections of standard ATIS are: short distance range, which prevents calculation of approach parameters in advance, absence of ATIS in most of sim airports where it exists in reality, fixed and scrimpy standard message where ATIS is provided. Using the RealATIS will drive all these problems away!
skyTalk Team presents the flexible tool for planning flights, which allow the virtual pilot to get the variety of useful information about the weather conditions in the selected airports or in whole sectors and aerial zones. RealATIS can be used for complex meteorological condition evaluation, altimeter pre-set and handy wind speed and direction evaluation not only on the ground but also on the height specified by user.
RealATIS consists of (an invisible) gauge control, which is installed on the airplane panel, and the configuration tool, which controls RealATIS in-flight behavior. Using this utility during the flight planning you can:
RealATIS can be installed on any airplane and activated in any airport, which has ICAO code.
Using RealATIS you get:
The following information is added or extended by RealATIS:
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