Precision Simulator is a highly detailed and reliable flight and systems simulator for everyone interested in realistic 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.
Precision Simulator models the combi, freighter, passenger, and ER variants of the B744 series, and many selectable airline options.
• Includes instructor screens
• World-wide navigation database, global weather model, random traffic
• Simulates over 500 malfunctions
• Has all EFIS and standby instruments
• Complete dual FMC model with FANS–1
• CDU standby navigation
• Smooth A/T, autopilot, F/D; exact mode logic
• Flight control system logic, ratio changers; realistic, fine-tuned aerodynamics model
• Accurate GE, PW, RR performance models
• IRS, GPS, weather radar, navaid antenna effects
• Comprehensive EICAS, EGPWS, TCAS, PWS etc.
• Communications, ACARS, CPDLC, Voice-ATC, ATIS, PNF etc.
• Electrical CBs, all distribution busses, supplying over 1000 simulated relays and devices with individual voltage–amperage modeling
• Detailed fuel system with 2003–revision
• Dynamic hydraulic and pneumatic pressure models
• Ice and rain protection
• and thousands of other features.
• Java version 1.8 Update 201 or higher. If Java is not already installed on your computer, it can be downloaded free of charge from java.com.
• Apple OS X, or Microsoft Windows, or Linux or any other operating system that supports Java.
• 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
Download and installation:
1. Download the file PSX.zip (file size 461 MB) to your Windows Desktop or to your Mac's "Applications" folder (MacOS 10.15 and higher allow program starts from the "Applications" folder only).
2. On your computer, double-click PSX.zip to unzip it.
3. The Aerowinx folder has appeared; the simulator is now installed.
4. The file PSX.zip will be your backup; copy it to an external storage medium.
Starting the simulator:
1. Open the Aerowinx folder, find the file AerowinxStart.jar and double-click it.
2. If your system reminds you that this file has been downloaded from the Internet and doesn't start it, right-click on AerowinxStart.jar to show a pop-up menu and click "Open" on that menu.
The Aerowinx Operations Manual provides further tips; it's in the Aerowinx folder and is named Aerowinx Operations Manual.pdf. Open it by a double-click.
Customers can download free service updates from the Aerowinx 744 Forum at http://aerowinx.com/board/
Prior registration is required. When you are logged in, just go to the subforum "Updates".
For all technical questions please use the 744 Forum at aerowinx.com -- you are welcome!
Click here to download a preview of the Operations Manual;
the preview shows about 50% of the aircraft related chapters,
and all of the chapter Simulator Handling.