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Started by Atreus, March 14, 2020, 02:22:44 PM

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March 14, 2020, 02:22:44 PM Last Edit: March 14, 2020, 02:53:40 PM by Atreus Reason: Need to learn how to add/show photos... Added more info.
As I see it's been a year since I'd joined here... Through that time I didn't make too much with my "GTE FS", but last couple days changed a lot.
As for now everything's disconnected and slowly's being assembled together with walls and other things. Everything's cutted to size by using hand tools in this small room. I don't have a proper tools or garage/shaft.
I started this as a FS2004 simpit. I don't plan of using FSX but maybe this'll change. There'll be simple buttons/switches from modified keyboard or Leo Bodnar interface. I only need to know if FS2004 can use multiple pointing devices and if I can choose them in menu, like I can with Saitek Setup (different devices chosen from FS2004 menu).
My "GTE FS" doesn't recreate any particular airplane. It's being build for fun for me and kids, so couple of planes in FS and some switches ;)
For now I can share with couple photos which was made during construction.

bernard S

i think its fantastic    up down left right faster slower and stop and look out the window what more does one need ?

Trevor Hale

Agree with Bernard,  Seeing a project such as this, bringing more realism to your experience is a great thing.  Good work and thank you for sharing your accomplishments with us.

Trevor Hale


Director of Operations
Worldflight Team USA



April 06, 2020, 06:09:13 AM #3 Last Edit: April 07, 2020, 03:28:56 AM by Trevor Hale
I can share more photos. Everything's still under construction. Slowly, but I'm going forward with this build.


Some time ago I needed to disassemble everything due to "mould attack".
I'd dumped most of builded setup. What's left, I reused in my 2'nd smaller version.l, which is still being build.
What You can see now, took me about 3 weeks of cutting, sanding and assembling. Everything's my own design.

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