Simulation platforms

Has Tigers we try to be diverse and give some flexibility to pilots when it comes to simulators.

This are the software that the group uses.

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004/X by Microsoft

This Simulators count with more than 24900 airports and with High detailed cities and graphics, allowing us to fly all around the world. It also features Air Traffic Control, Weather Engines, and Failures enabling us to do various and simulate a wide range of flight operations. FS9 and FSX are our main platforms of simulation as Tigers.

Prepar3D by Lockheed Martin

Microsoft sold their flight simulator to Lockheed which turned it into Prepar3D. Because the core of both simulation platforms is actually the same they can share most of the addons and features.

X-Plane by Laminar Research

This Software allows us to test various aircrafts, all with a great sense of respect to flight physics and how the plane behaves. It features a Weather Engine, aircraft failures and how the aircraft would behave in such scenarios.

DCS by The Fighter Collection & Eagle Dynamics, Inc.

It is free to play combat flight simulator developed by The Fighter Collection & Eagle Dynamics. It includes a free Sukhoi Su-25T attack aircraft and TF-51D Mustang. It is extensible through additional DCS modules as well as user-made add-ons and mods. We mostly use this simulator for live combat and to simulate real life combat situations with our pilots, since in this Simulator we can fire missiles, bombs, rockets and Guns.

War Thunder by Gaijin Entertainment.

War Thunder is a cross-platform MMO combat game for PC, PS4, Mac and Linux, dedicated to World War II military aviation, armoured vehicles, and fleets. You will take part in many of the major combat battles fought during World War 2 and the Korean War, fighting with real players from all around the world.

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