FSXFailure

Welcome to FSXFailure for use with FSX.

Flight simulation has evolved in leaps and bounds since its introduction decades ago. So to, has the user.More than ever, flight simulator enthusiasts strive to make their digital experience as real as possible. With the popularity of cockpit building, the flying experience has moved to the living room, the workshop, or the garage. Thousands have been spent on cockpit building to make the experience as real as possible.

Our program, FSXFailure adds even more to the realism. You can fumble through key sequences to turn on a vacuum, pitot, or brake failures; but how real is that… you know what’s coming, and have likely made all the preparations prior to even hitting the key sequence. With In Flight Emergencies you won’t know what’s coming until it actually happens!

Once started, you can select various events from vacuum failure to engine fires, or, if you prefer, simply enable events which might occur within the next hour.

Just like a real world pilot you have to be observant. Pay attention to your gauges to observe that vacuum failure when it happens, scan outside the aircraft to see if that engine fire has occurred, on approach be sure that the gear has come down, or once you have landed, be ready for various brake failures.

Using the program

The App works close together with our free PC Client called fsxfollow.exe. You can download the client from www.fsxfailure.com. You also get an free mission which interacts with the App.

Start FSX
Start FSXFollow
Load the Mission “FSXFollow”. You can find it under the emergency category. Make sure the checkbox is set to “Allow changes to the mission”.
Start the App
Choose your session.
Choose any failure, either initiate directly or let it happen within one hour.

The app is also usefull for an instructor and student. The instructor can initiate a failure any moment.


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