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Aerowinx Precision Simulator X

Precision Simulator version 10 (PSX) has been released in August 2014

Precision Simulator is a stand-alone flight & systems trainer for professionals – and for everyone interested in professional operations




Run a flight deck mockup by feeding several monitors through multimonitor graphic cards or through networked computers, or run a single computer for solo training. Or network any combination that suits your needs. Panels can be zoomed, panned, divided.


From the developer that brought you PS1

PSX has finally arrived! Browse through the website and forums and you will see the stunning detail that you can find in every corner

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Hy-Way Truck Accessories is the only Australian distributor of PSX

PSX can be purchased online or in-store

Multitudes of options

Precision Simulator X comes with heaps of configurations to choose from

PSX models the combi, freighter, passenger and ER variants of the B744 series as well as many selectable airline options


PSX has a multitude of features

Instructor screens, world-wide navigation database, global weather model, simulates over 500 malfunctions, all EFIS and standby instruments, complete dual FMC model with FANS-1, CDU standby navigation, flight control system logic, accurate GE, PW and RR performance models, IRS, weather radar, navaid antenna effects, comprehensive EICAS, EGPWS, TCAS, PWS PLUS HEAPS MORE

System Requirements

PSX was developed with the end user in mind. It is designed to run on multiple systems. There are a few system requirements to ensure good results

System Requirements

Java version 1.6, or 1.7, or a higher compatible version. If Java is not already installed on your computer, it can be downloaded free of charge from

Apple OS X, or Microsoft Windows, or Linux or any other operating system that supports one of the above Java versions, and that includes a PDF reader for viewing the operations manual. (PDF readers are also available in the Internet.)

A monitor with at least 800 x 800 pixels. Undersized monitors can be used as well—for example, to display certain small flight deck sections on networked monitors—, but the instructor screen will then be cropped, and should then be displayed on a second, suitable monitor.

Dual-core or multi-core microprocessor, running at 2.5 GHz or higher.

4 GB RAM or more.

3 GB free hard disk space.

A keyboard, ideally one that includes a numeric keypad.

A mouse, or any similar pointing device.

Access to a DVD drive is required for the initial installation.

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